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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




SU COURIER

S....: -: JURY 19, 2006 *SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


PRSRT STD
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PERMIT NO. 6238


People Stories Help Sell YMCA
in the


NEWS ORGANIZATION KICKS OFF
FUNDRAISING EFFORT


HEART OF THE (CTY
The 2006 Miss Heart
of Plant City contest
is planning an orient-
ation at library.
PAGE 4


ANNIVERSARIESB

Jamie and Jo Coker,
married 63 years,
and Stuart and Kathy
Hicks, married 50
years, among local
coulpes celebrating.











As Triniry United
Methodist Church
celebrates 60 years,
meet pastor Gary,
Brady.
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CLASSIFIED


CROSSWORD
PAGE 1
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8
SPORTS
PAGE 10


Staff Report
With her two grandchildren on the
verge of going into foster care, Laura
was at her wits end until she went to
the Plant City YMCA.
A Mulberry resident, Laura drove to
Clearwater every day for work, not
returning until about 6:30 every night.
She needed an after-school program
to care for her two grandchildren, but
barely made enough to pay for rent
and food.
"We both sat and cried in my


office," said Christine Schauffert, the
YMCA's membership coordinator.
Today, both children are still living
with grandma, and the youngsters
attend the YMCA's after-school pro-
gram.
This would not have been possible
without the YMCA's scholarship pro-
gram, which ensures no one is turned
away due to income, club officials
said.
More than 1,000 people benefit
from the scholarship program at the,
Plant City YMCA, said Executive
Director Scott Warren as the club
kicked off its We Build People Cam-
See YMCA, Page 3


OPINION
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Celebrities take on 'King'
"Ole King Cole," a comedy based on the nursery rhyme, will be performed Jan. 20
at the Cornerstone Center, 315 N. Collins St. The Orange Blossom Tea Room will
provide the dinner. Among those performing are, from left, At Berry, radio and
TV personality; Dr. Hal Brewer; Barbara Franques, Area 6 director for Hills-
borough County schools; Mayor John Dicks; and Carl Carpenter, a former school
board member and state representative. David E. Bailey, Plant City historian and
author, sits in front. Tickets are $25. Call: Nancy McLean, 865-4430, or Jim
Rodgers, 752-8764. Reservations must be made for the dinner. Tickets for the
play are $10 at the door.


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
Money raised in the "We Build People Campaign" help fund
scholarships for some children at the YMCA's after-school
program on Young Street.


Storms Plans



Senate Run

MAYOR MULLS CHALLENGE
FOR COUNTY COMMISSION
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Hillsborough County Commissioner Ronda
N Storms ianiidouicd Jan. 13 her candidacy for the
state Senate Distr ic t 10 seat, which is being vacated
by Sen. Tom Lee, R-Brandon, who cannot run again
due to term limits.
"This is not an idea that has just
come to light," said Storms, who
has served on the county commis-
sion since 1998. "We have been
considering a run for the Florida
Senate for over a year. Several
things have stood in the way of my
announcement. But now is the
time. I am a candidate."
Storms, 40, said she was put off
from considering the seat when
Storms her longtime aide, Sandra Barkey,
was diagnosed with leukemia in
2004.
"The particular type of leukemia that Sandra was
facing was very aggressive," Storms said. "To me
her illness was a door-closing for my candidacy and
until she recovered I didn't even want to consider
running for anything.
"Sandra has been there for me throughout my
political career. And I did not want to leave her
behind. Her fight and recovery has been very diffi-
cult."
January marked one full year of remission for
Barkey, Storms said.
"Last July, I sat down with Sandra, David (Storms'
husband of 19 years), and my assistant, Audie
Canney," Storm said. "We talked about the possi-
bility of running a campaign for the Senate seat
coming open. We got all the kinks worked out and
started thinking about a making a run."
Lee has decided to run for the
office of chief financial officer.
Storms, who has already filed
the paperwork to run for the Senate
seat, faces term limits on the com-
mission, but her term doesn't run
out until 2008.
Plant City Commissioner and
Mayor John Dicks said in light of
Storms' announcement, he would
Dicks give strong consideration to run-
ning for her seat on the county
commission.
"Ronda talked with me about her run for the
Senate seat being vacated by Tom Lee," Dicks said.
"She has a lot of support in the district and in Talla-
hassee. With her running, I believe it is essential
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JANUARY 19,2006 THE COURIER 3


We Build People campaign

The following are members
of the YMCA's "We Build
People Campaign":
Co-chairs: Mike Spark-
man and Jodi Smith.
Jamie Davis
ark Yarbrough
Traci Walding
David Carson


* Steve Shissler
" Michelle Wegner
* Parv Moody
" Lori Yarbrough
* John Geisler
Jack Holland
" Brett Mueller
.Trey Walding
" Ryan Rolson
* Jim &' foanne VonDoltren
" Keith Carlough
*Chrisdne Schauffert.


SCharle Bowden
* Judi Welsh
*Ken Farris
SBilly Keel
* Esther Zeigler
* (William i Ed Bozeman
* Danny Colon
* lulius Dupont
SBarbara Wagner
l Jenny Brewster
* Gary Pike
*Jackie Lamb


.Scott Snapp
* Sharon Dicks
* Dr. Dolores Lowe
* Jim Scott
* Ruth Ann Kosinsky
SNlMike Garst
.Geri Brownlee
* Sherlyn Eukovich
" Mike Arndt
* Todd Pukas
SlJohn Dicks
.Vickie Hawthorne


*Tim Shuff
" Katie Sparkman
.George Banning
" Steve Shouse
" Bill Ulbricht
" Scott Warren
.Tom Sparkman
. Steve Solomon
.Dean Snyder
" Jennifer Closshev
" Daid Miller


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KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos
"The difference we make is why so many give (to the YMCA) in this community," said Scott Warren, executive director of the Plant City YMCA, at a "We Build
People" campaign luncheon. Above right, Plant City's Tom Gompf, a legend in the swimming and diving community, said he first became interested in swimming as a
young man at the YMCA.


YMCA,
Continued From Page I
paign.
The campaign, which began Jan. 12
and runs through Feb. 9, provides low-
income children with after-school
care, day camp and swim lessons and
will support scholarship member-
ships.
YMCA officials said there are about
120 children in the organization's
after-school program with more than
50 percent on scholarship.
Summer day camp is expected to
draw more than 100 children this year.
And more than 60 percent of those will
be on scholarship, Warren said.
"It is through the We Build People


Campaign that the YMCA is able to say
'yes' to many parents who need a safe,
fun place for their children after school
and during the summer months,"
Warren said.
"It allows the YMCA to save lives
through the swim lesson program and
teaches values and molds children
into the leaders of the future."
Tom Gompf is one of those future
leaders.
A bronze medalist in swimming
who has attended nine Olympics as a
contestant, coach or judge, Gompf
said he grew up at the YMCA.
"Every leadership skill I learned, I
learned at the YMCA," the Plant City
resident said at a Jan. 12 kickoff lun-
cheon for the We Build People Cam-
paign.


A recent inductee into the
International Swimming Hall of Fame,
Gompf said he learned to swim at the
YMCA and it was a coach there who
first suggested he think about going to
the Olympics. Gompf won his medal
at the 1964 Olympics.
"I owe everything to the YMCA,"
Gompf said.
It's stories like Gompfs and the
young Mulberry grandmother that
make the YMCA an easy sell said Mike
Sparkman, honorary chairman of the
We Build People Campaign.
"The YMCA does great work for our
community," said Sparkman, a former
Plant City mayor.
One of those who helped first bring
the YMCA to Plant City 18 years ago by
helping raise $3 million in private and


city funds, Sparkman believes it was a
good investment.
"The YMCA is an important part of
our community. This is a cause people
believe in," Sparkman said.
Mayor John Dicks agreed.
"It encourages all our citizens to
develop their fitness and have a
healthier outlook on life, and it's dra-
matically helpful for those folks who
could not otherwise afford it," Dicks
said
The campaign aims to raise $65,700,
said to We Build People campaign
chairwoman Jodi Smith.
All donations are tax deductible and
go directly to the YMCA programs in
Plant City.
For more information, call 757-
6677.


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Miss Heart of Plant City
The 2006 Miss Heart of
Plant City plans an orientation
Jan. 28 from 2 to 4 p.m. at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St. Call: Brenda,
391-6720, or Roxanne, 478-
8873.

Baby parade registration
The Plant City Junior Wom-
an's Club plans a sign-up ses-
sion for the baby parade, a
Florida Strawberry Festival
event, Jan. 28 from 9 to 11 a.m.
at the woman's club, 1110 N.
Wheeler St. The parade takes


place March 11.
Each entry must be made in
person and accompanied by a
nonrefundable $20 entry fee.
Checks must be made payable
to the GFWC Plant City Wom-
an's Club. Entrants must
reside in eastern Hillsborough
County (east of Highway 301)
and proof of residency (driv-
er's license, water/electric
bill) will be required at regis-
tration.
Entries are limited to the
first 50 children in each of the
following age groups: 1-year-,
2-year-, 3-year- and 4-year-
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City working to provide
affordable housing
The city is working with
several government partners.
to establish an area in Plant
City where affordable housing
can be made available to peo-
ple whose total household
income is less than 80 percent
of the median income in Hills-
borough County.
The city's community
development staff is working
in cooperation with the coun-
ty's housing and community
code enforcement depart-
ment, the Plant City Commu-
nityDevelopment Corporation
and Florida Home Partnership
to develop 10 affordable
homes using a mutual self-
help housing concept, where
tenants are responsible for
maintaining the property to a
certain standard.
Acting City Manager Martin
Wisgerhof reported the city
will acquire properties with
funds from its Community
Block Grant allocation and
resell the properties for
$15,000 per 6,000-square-foot
lot, to qualified persons.
"The county will provide
homeownership training and
gap financing, Plant City CDC
will locate and qualify buyers,
secure primary financing and
coordinate the homeowners'
participation in the, self-help
process," Wisgerhof said. "The
construction of the dwellings
will be done by Florida Home
Partnership."
The city has quadified five
local families for the program
to be centered near properties
already owned by the city
along East- Laura Street, bet-
ween Water and Knight
streets. The development will
be referred to as Laura Street
Estates, Wisgerhof said.
No time table was
announced for the project.


Florida High School
Softball Championships
The city and the Hills-
borough County School Board
will be hosting the 2006 and
2007 Florida High School State
Softball Championships, May
8-13, 2006, and May 7-12,
2007, at Plant City Stadium.

Ride Strawberry Express
The city announced the
local bus system, The Straw-
berry Express, will allow pas-
sengers to ride for free March
6-11, dates that correspond in
part with the operation of the
2006 Florida Strawberry Festi-
val, March 2-12. The Straw-
berry Express will offer free
rides March 6-10, from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. On March 11, the free
rides will be offered from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.

Challenger League forming
Plans are under way to start
a Challenger League for youths
with physical or mental limit-
ations.
Call: 752-8941.-

Laboratory receives
accreditation
South Florida Baptist
Hospital Laboratory has been
awarded an accreditation by
the Commission on Labora-
tory Accreditation of the Col-
lege of American Pathologists
based on the results of a recent
on-site inspection.
The accreditation program,
begun in the early 1960s, is
recognized by the federal
government as being equal to
or more stringent- than the
government's own inspection
program.

'Salute to the Veterans'
The Plant City Photo
Archives' "Salute to the Veter-
ans" photo exhibit, currently
on display in the archives'
exhibit gallery, has been
extended and will remain on
display through Feb. 4.
Gil Gott, the archives'
retiring executive director,
said the exhibit has been


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view it continue to come in.
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the veterans whose photos are
on display have been filing
through during exhibit gallery
hours, and some have lined up
on Saturday mornings waiting
.for the gallery to open.
The "Salute to Veterans"
exhibit contains more than
500 photos of Plant City area
veterans, most being World
War II vets, and opened on
Veterans Day to an audience
of more than 600. Incoming
executive director Jerry
Thomas said many attendees
have requested reprints,
which are available for a
nominal fee.
Thomas said the gallery, at
119 N. Collins St., is open to
the public Thursday, Friday
and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Appointments are avail-
able by calling the office at
754-1578.

Foster grandparent
program seeks seniors
Volunteers are needed to
serve as foster grandparents in
day care centers and elemen-
tary schools throughout Hills-
borough County.
The ideal candidates enjoy
spending their time tutoring
and mentoring young people.
Foster grandparents must
be age 60 or older. They serve
for 20 hours per week and
receive training, transporta-
tion reimbursement and other
benefits. Those with a monthly
income of $1,000 (single) or
$1,336 (couple) are eligible to
earn a tax-free stipend of up to
$53 per week. Other incentives
include love, admiration and
the knowledge that you are
making a difference in the
lives of the children who need
your help.
For full details, call Seniors
in Service at 932-5228. Seniors
in Service is- a nonprofit
organization that recruits,
trains and places volunteers to
help children succeed and
elders remain independent.
Tax preparers needed.
AARP and the IRS are seek-
ing volunteers to prepare tax
returns for elderly and low-
income people from Feb. 1 to
April 15.
Interested volunteers, who
can spare a minimum of four
hours each week, should call
Mary Ann Burris at 719-3034
or Frank Kimbro at 719-6977.
Training, which will be cer-
tified under the AARP Tax
Training Program, will be in
January. Volunteer reception-
ists are also needed four hours
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Wheeler St. The event will include net-
working, entertainment by Bill Floyd,
door prizes and refreshments. Call:
865-4445.

FRIDAY
Preschool Playmania
Preschool Playmania, a program for
preschool-age children to play and
socialize, is offered Fridays from 9:30
to 11:30 a.m. at the Planteen Recrea-
tion Center, 301 N. Dort St. Call: Jaci
Jenkins, 757-9166.

SATURDAY
Spring cleaning sale
An early spring cleaning sale is
planned from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
First Church of God, 601 N. Gordon St.
Household items, baked goods, furni-
ture, carpet, clothing and books will all
be on sale. Call: 752-9143.

'Everyone's birthday party'
First Baptist Church of Pleasant
Grove, 7725 S. Turkey Creek Road,
plans "Everyone's Birth Party," for
children aged 4 to 11, Jan. 21 from 3 to
5 p.m. The event will include games,
prizes and food. Call: 737-2556.

Girls basketball tryouts
Tryouts for the Plant City Panthers
girls basketball program are set for Jan.
21 at 11 a.m. at the Tomlin Middle
School gym, 501 N. Woodrow Wilson
St. Girls ages 13 to 16 (up to 10th grade)
are eligible to try out for the squad.
Team sponsorships are also needed.
Information: Ivan Brooks, ibrooks-
@plantcitygov.com or 757-9195.

Church fish fry, gospel sing
Sydney Baptist Church, 1510 Cre
Road, plans a fish fry Jan. 21 at 4 p.m.
followed by a gospel sing at 6:30 fea-
turing The Gibbs family.

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car Show is
set for Jan. 21 from 4 to 9 p.m. for cars
and trucks manufactured in 1980 and
before. Antiques, customs, classics
and hot rods will gather in and around
McCall Park, 100 N. Collins St. Her-
nando County's 2005 Entertainer of
the Year, Brian Chytka, will perform.
Admission and registration for the car
show are free. Information: 754-3707
or www.plantcity.org.

Steel Guitar Jam
The seventh annual Florida Steel
Guitar Jam is planned for Jan. 21-22 at
the Imperial Swan Hotel and Suites,
4141 S. Florida Ave., Lakeland. The
event will include a seminar Jan 21 at
10, cost is $30, and shows Jan. 21 at 6
p.m. and Jan. 22 at 11 a.m. Both shows
cost $25. The event benefits the Egypt
Shrine transportation fund. Call: 651-
3826.


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Tournament benefits food bank
The First Presbyterian Church of Plant City's golf tournament is set for
Jan. 28 at 8 a.m. at Walden Lake. Proceeds will benefit United Food Bank
of Plant City. Pictured are Linda Lawson of the United Food Bank with
Rev. David Delph of First Presbyterian Church. Registration: 752-4211 or
659-2843.


SUNDAY
Pediatric unit open house
St. Joseph's Children's, the new
pediatric unit at South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St., plans
an open house Jan. 22 from i to 4 p.m.
Call: 757-8574.

Building strong families
Pauline Rivers will discuss "Building
Strong Families" Jan. 22 at 10 a.m. at
Faith Family Outreach Church of Plant
City. The congregation meets in Room
118 at the John R. Trinkle Building at
Hillsborough Community College
campus in Plant City. Information:
759-9273 or www.ffocpc.com

YMCA open house
The Plant City YMCA, 1507 YMCA
Place, plans an open house Jan. 22


Opry show on tap
The Florida Opry will present ,
Penny DeHaven, above, who
opens for Porter Wagoner in
-Dolly Parton's theater, Ken... ':
McWilliams & The Nashville
Band, Victoria-K and Chapter III
Trio Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. at the 1914
Plant City High School Commu-
nity Center, 605 N. Collins St.
Tickets are $10 each available at
Family & Friends Antique &
Collectibles, 1304 S. Collins St. .
Reserved seats are available for' "e '
$12.50. Call: 752-4094. .,
Photo courtesy of Florida Opry


from 2 to 4 p.m. Call: Ruth Ann, 757-
6677.

Church concert
Two-time Dove Award winners Jeff
and Sheri Easter will be in concert Jan.
22 at 6 p.m. at Countryside Baptist
Church of Dover, 13322 Sydney Road.
Call: 659-1964.

Springhead Baptist concert
The Dixie Echos will perform free at
Springhead Baptist Church, 3106 S.
Wiggins Road, Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. Call:
752-4879.

TUESDAY
Free computer classes
First Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St., will offer free
computer classes Tuesdays through
Feb. 7 at 2 and 6:30 p.m. Call: 752-
4104.

American Indian program
An American Indian program fea-
turing storytelling, music, drumming
and dancing is planned for Jan. 24
,from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Plant City
High School auditorium, 1 Raider
Place. Admission is free. Call: 763-
3718.

Toddler Time
Toddler Time for ages 2 to 3 and
their caregivers will be offered Jan. 24
and 31 at 9:30 a.m. at the Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
Stories, finger plays and songs make
up the 20-minute program. Call: 757-
9215.


Story Time
Story Time for ages 3 to 5 who can sit
by themselves in a group will be
offered Jan. 24 and 31 at 10:30 a.m. at
the Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St. Stories, finger plays and
songs make up the 30-minute pro-
gram. Call: 757-9215.

GED classes
Hillsborough County's Adult and
Community Education program offers
free general equivalency diplQma and
English classes to anyone 18 years and
older. Classes are Tuesday and Thurs-
days from 6 to 9 p.m. at Esther D.
Burney Elementary School, 901 S.
Evers St. Call: Rojina Durant or Jenni-
fer Giorgio, 707-7334.

WEDNESDAY
Story Time
Story Time for ages 3 to 5 who can sit
by themselves in a group will be
offered Jan. 25 at 10:30 a.m. at Thono-
tosassa Branch Library, 10715 Main St.
Stories, finger plays and songs make
up the 30-minute program. Groups
must register in advance. Call: 273-
3652, Ext. 2.

THURSDAY
Baby Time
Baby Time for infants up to 14
months and their caregivers will be
offered Jan. 26 at 10 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
Share books, rhymes, songs, games in
the 20-minute program. Call: 757-
9215.

PLAN AHEAD
Roast pork dinner
Trinity United Methodist Church,
402 W. English St., plans a roast pork
dinner Jan. 27 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. in
the fellowship hall. The menu will
include roast pork, baked potatoes,
peas, carrots, apple slices, rolls, home-
made desserts, coffee, iced tea and
punch. Cost is $6 for adults and $3 for
children 12 and younger. Call: 754-
6687.

Teen dance
A teen dance is planned for Jan. 27
from 7 p.m. to midnight at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation
Center, 1601 E Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Blvd. The dance, for teenagers 13 to
16, has a $5 admission fee, which
covers pizza and soda. Information:

See CALENDAR, Page 19


Photo courtesy of Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department

Kids' fishing derby
The Plant City Recreation and
Parks Department plans its Kid
All-American Fishing Derby Jan.
21 at the pond near Plant City
Stadium. The derby is open to
children ages 6 to 15. Above, two
youngsters who participated in
last year's derby. Pre-registration
will be accepted until Jan. 20 at
5 p.m. For a registration form
and more information, visit
www.plantcitygov.com/rec or
call 659-4255.


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OPINION


We Must Defeat Civic Cowardice


Tie top education bureaucrat in Florida wants to
pass students who can't meet the academic
requirements. He says this is not social promo-
tion. He's full of what one finds in a stable and I
don't mean horsehair.


The fear of flunking and
being held back a year was a
great motivator in my short
academic career, especially in
the early grades. Nothing
struck more fear in us recruits
in Army basic training than the
threat of being recycled -
forced to start basic all over
again in a new company.
Why do education bureau-
crats believe that you can strip
teachers of every tool to
motivate their students and
expect the teachers to educate
the little savages anyway? The
answer, of course, is civic
cowardice. Civic cowardice,
especially on the part of
education bureaucrats, is a
pandemic in America today.
I spent several hours one
afternoon with a middle-school
teacher as she poured out her
frustration with the system. In
her school, the rule said that if
a student flunked one nine-
week period and made a D the
next, the D and F had to be
"averaged" to a D for the
semester. Now here's the
kicker. If the student flunked
both of the next nine-week
periods and got an F for the


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist



semester, that F and his earlier
D had to be "averaged" to D so
he would pass for the year.
How long do you think it
takes kids to figure out that
they only have to make one D
and then can ride free for the
rest of the year? Not long, and
the teacher said that as soon as
the kids figured it out, then any
hope of motivating them was
gone. The tragedy and sin of
social promotion is that it is
aimed at those students who
most need motivation and an


education. Thus, the poorest
kids from the most dysfunc-
tional families are cheated out
of an education just so the
bureaucrats won't have to put
up with any complaints.
My first-grade teacher in a
little Georgia school laid out
the basic premises of education
when she said, "I teach, but
you have to learn." Education
is a two-part process. No
matter how skilled the teacher,
all the learning has to be done
by the students. And learning is
hard work. It involves memori-
zation and drills and practice.
There is no easy way to learn
an academic subject. To argue
that students shouldn't have to
work hard in the classroom is
as stupid as telling a kid he can
become a basketball star
without practicing on the
court.
The other damning aspect of
social promotion is that it
ignores the fact that education
is cumulative and must be
done in the proper sequence. A
student who doesn't learn to
read and to do basic arithmetic
in the early grades will be
frustrated for the rest of his
time in school. How can you
learn history if you can't read
your textbook? You can't learn
algebra if you don't know how
to add, multiply, subtract and
divide. You will never learn a
second language without the


ability to memorize. You will
never learn English grammar
without learning the parts of
speech and diagramming
sentences.
Education is a deadly serious
business. I remember attend-
ing a parent-teacher associa-
tion meeting at which a
Pakistani gentleman com-
plained bitterly that this
expensive, well-furnished Ame-
rican school was far behind the
shabby school in Pakistan his-
children had attended. His kids
were already two grades ahead
of American kids the same age.
His plea for a tougher curricu-
lum went unheeded, of course.
Unless Americans wish to
become the servants one day of
Indians, Chinese, Arabs,
Pakistanis, Koreans, Japanese
and Russians, we'd better fix
this broken, bureaucrat-ridden
public-education system or
scrap it altogether. God knows,
the ignorance of many college
graduates is appalling.
No nation can survive an
ignorant, lazy population.
We've been living off the seed
corn of earlier generations, but
the bin is about empty. The
evidence of that is the across-
the-board decline in the quality
of all of our institutions.

Write to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL
32802.


Now's Time To Reflect On Boomers' Legacy


.by. Time marches on. We can deny it all we like,
but by even the most generous of definitions -
the entire aggregation of baby boomers, those of
us born from 1946 through 1966, are now firmly
ensconced in the wonderful world of middle age.


' Most recent headlines have
focused on those leading-edge
boomers a decade ahead of me.
"The first group of boomers
turn 60 this year." "Boomers hit
60, still going strong." "Hitting
the big 6-0." "Every eight
seconds another boomer turns
60."
Those younger stragglers just
now running into 40 tend to
believe the definition is too
broad. They point out the small
children running around their
homes, flaunt their computer/
technology literacy, and then
jog five miles before dinner just
to show that they can. But then
again they also tend to repeat
loudly and often how turning
40, "Doesn't bother me at all."
Methinks they protesteth too
much ..."
Then, right in the middle, a
new group wakes up each day
to discover we are 50.
Fifty, I read recently in a
business journal, "is the new
40." Essentially, and my
informal observations seem to
confirm the theory, the 50s
have eclipsed the 40s as the
"Power Decade." Fifty is where


Columnist

it is happening today. Fifty is
the epicenter of the boomer
world.
Productivity, achievement,
influence, and personal
marketability are shifting into
the 50s right along with the
boomers. Just as well for me,
now I have another 10 years to
catch up.
Two decades ago I remem-
ber watching a friend panic
when he reached 49. He
realized he only had one more
year before his name would no
longer be eligible for "top


spots." Fifty was considered,
"The beginning of the end."
Today the magic number is
more like 60, and I wouldn't be
surprised to see it continue to
increase right along with the
boomer demographic. Why?
Because the boomer
generation essentially defines
America today. Boomers
control corporations, institu-
tions, politics, and all impor-
tant in our culture spending.
We're healthier, we're living
longer and we enjoy making a
difference.
As a generation, boomers
have been nothing short of
spectacular. Our parents may
have been appropriately
labeled "The Greatest
Generation," but the '46 to '66
crowd have conceived and
invented a world beyond
imagination.
I truly believe this is a
watershed time in many
respects. This next decade will
represent the height of my
generation's impact on the
world..Then, little by little, we
will cede power to the next
generation. We won't like it,.
we'll fight it, and we'll hold on
for dear life, but eventually the
torch will pass.
So here's the crucial
question. "What kind of an
American will we hand off?
What kind of a world will we
relinquish to our children?"
What will our legacy be when


they talk about us in our
dotage?
There is a lot of work still to
be done. We have generated
wealth, but are we using it
wisely? We have amassed
amazing power in the world,
but do we wield it with righ-
teousness, justice and author-
ity derived of goodness? We
have revolutionized communi-
cation, but exactly what
message have we conveyed?
My generation is producing
at an unprecedented level, but
we also consume with an
insatiable hunger for excess
that is largely ungrounded in
moral responsibility. When our
focus is self, then what point
and what purpose has all our
invention satisfied?
So here is my challenge,
fellow boomers. Let's not settle
for an also-ran.status when it
comes to history. The Greatest
Generation made their mark
because of what they gave. We
had the opportunity to shine
because of their great sacrifice.
Let us be known as the
generation who used our great
opportunity to leave this world
the legacy of service, the fruit of
generosity, and the gift of
peace.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can view
his work at derekmaul.com or
reach him at derekmaul@-
gmail.com.


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.JANUARY 19. 2006 THiECOURlIER 7


Print Media Still Had An Option In Mine Tragedy


Much has been written in the aftermath of the
tragic Sago mine disaster in West Virginia. It
was a cruel nightmare for families and an
almost untenable predicament for most daily
newspapers.
What happened was the perfect
miscommunication storm for print .
media. Television, in effect, gets a
mulligan. Shelf life is not a con-
cern. What was said five minutes .
ago is lost in the ether. "This just
in" immediacy trumps all.
But deadline hell and breaking
news is as bad as it gets in the
newspaper business; that's how
Tom Dewey won the presidency
and the Lightning lost the Stanley
Cup final. Then add a major JOE,
measure of human nature: being O'NEILL
able to convey miraculously good
news in an industry too often Columnist
defined by all that goes awry in the
world.
Thus we have headlines and
drop heads such as: (St. Petersburg "they," it's imperative
Times) "They're alive! Miners found"/ qualifier. That's the re,
"Twelve of the West Virginia miners can be done under suc
that had been trapped 260 feet below circumstances. The pr(
the surface are found hours after the be held so long.
body of one was recovered." And such Sago mustn't becoir
as: (Tampa Tribune) "12 Miners media screw-up, but a
Survive Ordeal"/ "Rescuers first found reflection. Nobody's im
body of 1 from crew." should be impugned. I
Having said that, however, there is absolutely right; but sc
still the case for following the funda- wrong. And that matte
mental, even especially in a
worst-case crucible. When dealing Taking cha
with split-second decisions and less Politicians always ha
than take-it-to-the-bank'sources, finessing the "legacy"
equivocation is a virtue. This isn't their answer is too can
Monday morning quarterbacking; this it seems hubristic. As i


is a bet-
hedging,
journalis-
tic rule of
thumb.
Here's
how the
Times-
Tribune
of Scranton
(Pa.) handled
it: "Families:
Miners
Alive"/"One
body found,
12 allegedly
living 41
hours after
blast."
When your
source -
amid a welter
of emotions
and a din of
voices is a
family
member or
to include a
alistic best that
;h extenuating
esses can only
ie shorthand for
reminder for
motives or ethics
Nobody got it
ome got it less
rs.

large
ave trouble
question. If
adidly concrete,
n "monument


to me." It's easier, and typically more
relevant, to talk in terms of "direc-
tion" and "progress" across a spec-
trum of issues.
While Tampa Mayor Pam lorio
won't be able to escape the art
museum as a barometer of achieve-
ment or disappointment, she has
been taking on the monumental,
decidedly unsexy task of infrastruc-
ture upgrades. Some long overdue,
others merely due on her watch.
The stormwater fee was the former.
A start in the retrofitting of a system
long overburdened and unaddressed.
An example of the latter is the recently
announced $1,500-per-unit impact
fee to pay for rapidly accelerating
water distribution needs in downtown
and South Tampa. -
Not surprisingly, developers have
taken umbrage. Only they called it
blindsidingg." Some city council
members resented a fait accompli
approach.
Presumably, Iorio could have been
more forthcoming, even though the
code call is hers as authorized and
implemented by the water depart-
ment director.
But maybe it just comes down to
this. Absent the fees, higher water
bills are inevitable. The bottom line is
growth paying for itself too fre-
quently an oxymoronic concept
around here.
Yes, the mayor could have been
more inclusive in her approach.
Maybe even hosted a public forum,
and demurely sat through another
naysayers' field trip. The minimum
result, of course, would have been
delay while the usual suspects played
their agenda games.


Some times the top elected official
just needs to get out in front of a
problem and lead.

From Ted to Terrell
+ Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., the
architect of boringng" is as iconic an
inquisitor as the Senate Judiciary
Committee has. His presence is also
the most ironic. He's the only mem-
ber to be thrown out of law school (for
cheating.) How many nominees
would have loved to have thrown that
one back at him as he postured for his
nightly news sound bite during
Supreme Court nominee hearings?
The venerable Ringling Bros. and
Barnum & Bailey Circus is now
ringless. Change, of course, is a
constant, and it's never good business
to ignore demographic and
technological updates. But ele-
phants doing tricks to hip hop?
Shouldn't PETA be weighing in on
this one?
Finally, after all the smug preen-
ing and all the "Ferris Buhleresque"
attaboys from the media, something
sensible has come out of that Bagh-
dad misadventure experienced by 16-
year-old Farris Hassan of Fort
Lauderdale. He finally apologized to
those owed one the most: the U.S.
military. He had to be transported out
of Iraq over land, which was more
than an inconvenient expense. Since
everything that moves militarily in
Iraq is a target, soldiers risked their
lives to secure his.
They ought to garnish his allo-
wance too.
Joe O'Neill can be contacted at
www.OpinionsToGoOnLine.com.





8 THE COURIER JANUARY 19, 2006


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Broadway Performer Coming To Plant City

Broadway coming to Plant-- =------ -----
City?
You bet.
David Chernault will be
guest teaching at Jackie's
Dance when he finishes his
tour of the Broadway produc-
tion "Annie." ''
Chernault, who lives in "
Orlando, has a long list of '.. ..
credits, including voice-overs
for Warner Bros. and Disney &"A
World. He has been a lead
singer on Andrew Lloyd
Webber CDs, vocal director
for "Barney" on PBS, and had
the lead role in "The Adven-
tures of Sir Douglas Fir," a
Broadway-style musical. el
A group of theater loversA
gathered recently to honor
Chernault and met Marissa
O'Donnell, performing the
role of Annie at the Tampa
Bay Performing Arts Center. .
Jackie Everidge, one of
those theater lovers and ."
owner of Jackie's Dance '
Studio iri Plant City, said she
will be thrilled to have
Chernault in June when he Photo courtesy of Arts Council of Plant City
finishes his tour. Members of the Arts Council of Plant City and Plant City Children's Theater and Jackie's Dance Theatre Clogging and Gym gather to
watch "Annie" at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center.


Insider tips on 'The Bachelor'
Reality shows seem to be
the big thing now. My son-in-
law was telling me about a-
friend of his, Travis Stork, a
fellow resident at Vanderbilt
University, who accompanied
a college roommate to an
interview for the television
show "The Bachelor."
Stork found it amusing, but
had no desire to be in his
friend's shoes. Well, the
producers took a look at
Stork, a tall handsome fellow,
and enticed him with, among
other things, a new wardrobe
and a trip to Paris to meet the
eligible bachelorettes, and
before he knew it, he was the
"Bachelor."
I haven't followed the
show, but when I turned on
my computer the other
morning, there on AOL news
was a clip of Travis meeting
the first girl.
She brought up the
question of kids and he said,
"I don't put the cart before
the horse." I watched the


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


pretty girl, dressed in a long,
flowing gown, say something
like, "I thought you were
looking for a significant
other." She then turned on
her high heels, tearfully
saying to the other girls
waiting their turn, "he's just
like all the other doctors I've
met!"
My son-in-law said, "Well,
you have to understand,
Travis' wardrobe consists of


tennis shoes and scrubs. He
probably saw it as a chance to
get some new clothes and
take a break from the
hospital."

Simmons gets personal
Some "Real People" shows
turn out to be pretty exciting.
Pat Simmons, a lifetime
resident of the Dover/Plant
City area, entered a "Real
People" contest on Yahoo
Personals and was chosen as
one of the top 60 winners, out
of 72,000, in the 30 to 40 age
group.
"It was an incredible
experience," he says.
He was flown to San
Francisco, all expenses paid,
for photo shoots. Now, his
profile appears on Yahoo and
affiliate sites. He has even
seen his face on the front
page of Yahoo. Last Valen-
tine's Day he was flown to
Chicago to do a promo ad.
In this cyber age, you just
never know when someone


* Photo courtesy of Humphrey family
Pfc. Jonathan Humphrey of
Plant City.

you know or know of will
cross your monitor.

Candles for McDaniel
Happy Birthday to Jim
McDaniel, who I understand
told fellow Kiwanians he was


happy not to be in his 50s.
Anniversary kudos to Jo
Alice McDonald and Tim and
Pam Lopez, also of the
Kiwanis Club.

Saluting Jonathan Humphrey
Jonathan Humphrey, the
son of Don and Mary Hum-
phrey, and a 1998 graduate of
Plant City High School,
recently completed basic
training at U.S. Marine Corps
Recruit Depot Parris Island,
S.C. The family was excited to
have him home for 10 days
during the holidays.
Now, he's stationed in
Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville,
N.C., for advanced training.
We send best wishes and
prayers for safety to this fine
young man.

Send items to gabylee@ao-
l.com or mail or hand deliver
to The Courier, C/O Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City, FL 33566.


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


GED classes
The Hillsborough County School
District offers free adult high school
credit and general educational
development diploma classes.
Classes are offered at more than 100
locations and during flexible day and
evening hours with customized
instruction to meet individual student
needs.
Information: 276-5654 or www.-
acesdhc.org.

Blood pressure checks
The Hillsborough County Department
of Aging Services offers free blood
pressure readings for seniors the first
Monday of the month at 10:30 a.m. at
Plant City Senior Center, 1205 S. Waller
St. Call: 757-3824.


Road to Recovery
seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed for the Ame-
rican Cancer Society's Road to Recov-
ery program in Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based transporta-
tion program that helps people get to
and from their cancer treatments if
they have no other form of transporta-
tion. Volunteers must have a car and
be available for a few weekday hours
per month, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Call: 685-0670, Ext. 115.

Car safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist Hospital offers
free car safety seat checks Friday and
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., throughout
the year at the hospital's Community
Health Resource Center.


The checks are by appointment
only. Call: 754-4444.

Meals on Wheels
seeks volunteers
Meals and Wheels of Plant City seeks
volunteers to deliver meals. Drivers
use their own cars and should be able
to work between 10 a.m. and 12:30
p.m.
Call: 754-9932.

Yo-yo club
The Florida Sultans of Spin yo-yo
club meets the first Friday of each
month from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Brandon
Recreational Center, 510 E. Sadie St.
Beginners and advanced yo-yo play-
ers, boys and girls are welcome.
Call: Marcia, 254-4642, or Debbie,


254-2214.

HCC seeks bilingual
math, reading teachers
The Plant City campus of Hills-
borough Community College is in
need of certified reading and mathe-
matics bilingual instructors for its
Adult General Education Program.
Class hours will be flexible to accom-
modate the work schedules of students
residing in the Plant City area. The
classes take place at HCC's Plant City
campus.
HCC established the program to
help individuals not only earn their
high school diploma but transition to
college as well.
Call: 757-2111.





JANUARY 19, 2006 THE COURIER 9


ANNIVERSARIES


Clifford 50th anniversary
The Rev. Clifford "Brother
Cliff' and Pat Murphy Halford
of Plant City celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary last
month.
They were married Dec. 29,
1955, in a double ceremony
with his sister, Dorothy Halford
of Turtletown, Tenn., and the
late Audrey D. Taylor, at Pine
Grove Baptist Church in Willow
Oak.
The ceremony was the first
ever conducted in the church.
The Rev. Halford retired
from the Baptist Ministry and
was an associate pastor of
Whitehurst Road Baptist
Church for 12 years after pas-
torates in Florida, Alabama
and Pennsylvania.
They have two sons, Clifford
A. and William K.; a daughter,
Laura Derryberry; four grand-
children; and a great-grand-
son.
The Halfords plan a dinner
and cruise on the St. Johns
River.

Coker 63rd anniversary
Jamie and Jo Coker of River-
view recently hosted a dinner
for their parents, Jim and Dean
Coker of Plant City, on the
occasion of Jim and Dean's
63rd wedding anniversary.
Dinner was prepared by
their daughter-in-law, Jo.
Family members present
included Jim and Dean, their
*three sons, seven grandchil-
dren and three great-grand-
children.
Hicks 50th anniversary
Stuart and Kathy Hicks cele-


Kathy and Stuart Hicks
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary.


Betty and Ronald Rogers
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary.
brated their 50th wedding
anniversary at a surprise party
hosted by their children last
month in the Magnolia Room
at Hollis Gardens in Lakeland.
Many relatives and friends
attended from Plant City,
including old high school
friends.


A video was prepared by the
couple's son-in-law, Tony Azo-
rin, and music was provided by
BAQ4, a quartet from Harrison
School for the Arts in Lakeland
that features the couple's
granddaughter, Jordan Hicks,
who plays cello.
The couple were married
Dec. 5,1955, in Decatur, Ga.
The former Kathy Kimbel
was born in Macon, Ga., and
came to Plant City in July 1944.
She is a homemaker and a for-
mer kindergarten aide. She
sings with the St. Clement
choir.
Stuart is a lifelong resident of
Plant City and is retired from
Tampa Electric Co. He is a
member of the Lions Club.
They have four sons, Jeb of
Plant City, Steve and Pat, both
of Lakeland, and Randy of Mer-
ritt Island and two daughters,
Teresa of Seffner and Debbie of
Windermere.

Rogers 50th anniversary
Ronald and Betty Rogers cel-
ebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary last month at a
party hosted by their children
at Trinity United Methodist
Church.
The couple were married
Dec. 16, 1955, in Plant City.
The former Betty L. Ander-
son was born in Plant City, and
Ronald was born in Tampa and
always lived here. The couple
attends Trinity United Meth-
odist Church.
The have two sons, Kevin L.
of Lakeland and Ronald G. Jr. of
Plant City; a daughter, Sandra
K. Seals of Plant City; and two
grandchildren.


The Rev. Clifford "Brother Cliff" and Pat Murphy Halford
celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.


Jim and Dean Coker marked their 63rd wedding anniversary
with a family gathering.


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685-0998
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'54-3233
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St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English. 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
Oftt of 574 Do.:.ri
Sunday Masses
7am & 10.30am English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
lOff 1-4. Exil 21 Soulh)
(813)752-8251

St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
isi3i754-1237 or 1813i478-1185


First United
Methodist

Church of

Plant City
303 N Evers Stieet
Downtown Plant City
hi'in, ee~ Re.'aidoldi & Bd',ar c.tErsi
754-351Q
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LONE OAK

BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant City

Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 10.00 A.M
Morning Worship I 1:00A.M
Evening Worship 6.00 P.M.
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7.00 PM.
Kerry D. Beaty y- Pastor



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S "60 Year
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Remembering the Past..
Building ithe Furure
Sunday, Jan. 22, 2006
Please Join Us
WVar-ri: SSenr.ice ...i. Special Gu.:.
Dr. Bert Blomquist
Lunch Following the Service
An afternoon of Worship.
Praise & Dedications
402 English St.. Plant City
For more information call 752-9316




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BAPTIST

CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6-00 p.m.
Tuesday Night
Women's Scrapbooking Club
6:30pm
Wednesday Night Worship
6:15 p.m.
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The Rev. Gary Brady Trinity United Methodist Church


This coming weekend Trinity
United Methodist Church celebrates
60 years of ministry. The congrega-
tion's pastor, Gary Brady, moved here
five years ago this month, transferring
from a church in Cocoa.
"I really enjoy Plant City," Brady
said. "It reminds me a lot of where I
grew up."
Q: Where were you raised?
A: Thomasville, Ga. I grew up in the
Assemblies of God Church and then
served the denomination as a minister
for many years.
Q: Has anything unusual ever hap-
pened to you in church?
A: A lot has happened in 34 years of
ministry, a bunch of which I'd like to
forget! One time, in my previous
denomination, some equipment mal-
functioned and the baptistery was to
the point of overflowing. There were
people in the sanctuary for a class, and
I had to become a diver. I crept down
the stairs and had to dive several times
to pull the stopper. The people never
knew it.
Q: What is your favorite hymn?
A: "Amazing Grace" is my all-time
favorite hymn. It's also the theme of
the church. Then there are many con-
temporary choruses that are fresh on
my heart.


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and 6:00 PM; Monday Wednesday at 7:00 PM.
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Best Life Now."
Q: How did you meet your wife?
A: I've been married to Jane (Thomp-
son) for 39 years. We were high school
sweethearts. She was a cheerleader. I
played football. She said, "If you see
me tonight, you have to see me in
church." That's the night I accepted
Christ. We were married a couple of
years later. We have a son, David, and
two daughters, Marsha Lynn and
Ashley, and five grandchildren. Ashley
and her husband pastor a church in
Orlando.
Q: Share something about your wife
that makes you proud.
A: Jane is a very vibrant, enthusiastic
person who loves life. She's just a radi-
ant sunbeam. She is a magnet for
people. There's an aura about her, a
confidence and a peace she exudes.
Q: Is America is ready for a female
See SPIRIT, Page 14


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Trinity United 'Family' Marks 60 Years


CHURCH HAS EYE ON FUTURE
Staff Report
The people make the difference at
Trinity United Methodist Church for
Audrey Burnside.
A member of the church since 1967,
Burnside, 79, has served on many
church committees and, most recently,
as church membership secretary.
"It's like family there," Burnside
said. "Everyone is friendly and knows
each other."
Trinity United Methodist will cele-
brate its 60th anniversary Jan. 22. The
church had 17 members when it was
founded in 1946. Today, there are 255
members.
Marion Stanko has been a member
for 16 years.
"It's a small church where the


people and the pastor are very
friendly."
Ron and Cathy Rogers have been
members of the church for the last four
years. They joined when their youn-
gest son, Nicolas, came to Trinity's
Vacation- Bible School .through the
invitation of their neighbor, Jack
Harrer.
"My wife and I have lived in Plant
City all our lives and have been to lots
of churches, even as far away as Val-
rico, and Trinity is the only one where
we felt like part of a family," Ron
Rogers said. "At most other churches,
it was more like a club."
A fornier Trinity trustee and current
chair of the church's finance commit-
tee, Rogers said the Rev. Gary Brady
has been the catalyst behind the
changes. "But you can have a great
pastor and if the congregation does


not buy into it, it does not work. But we
have a good recipe here for success."
"Trinity has always had a family
atmosphere through the years and a
love that really has been an attraction
to people," said Brady, pastor at Trin-
ity United Methodist Church for the
last five years.
It has also had a lot of pastors; 27 in
60 years and has lacked a long-range
vision, Brady said.
"People have expressed a desire for
the church to reach the next level to
go beyond what it has done in the last
60 years. We are just not satisfied with
being the little church on the corner
anymore," Brady said.
To that end, a growth and planning
committee was started last year to
establish one-, three- and five-year
goals for the church.
"We are covering things like what do


we want to see the youth progress into
in the next few years and other minis-
tries around the church," said Jeff
Henning, a member of the committee.
The committee's first project will
come to fruition this weekend as the
church celebrates its 60th year when
church officials dedicate a new youth
center at 1406 Orange St. on Jan. 22 at
1:15 p.m.
The vision of our Trinity United
Methodist can be best summed up the
church's mission statement, Brady
said.
"We are here to win people to Christ
and to establish them in the Christian
faith and to equip them for service in
the church and the world."
Trinity United Methodist is at 402
W. English St.
For more information, call 752-
9316.


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Mount Olive events
Mount Olive Baptist Church, 604 W.,


Ball St., offers the following commu-
nity outreach services:
A free hot meals ministry Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open weekdays
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Call: 754-3834.


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DEATHS


Harrod
Robert G. Harrod, 64, of Dover died
Dec. 26.
He was born in Troy, Ala., and
worked in seafood sales.
He is survived by his wife, Phyllis; a
son, Michael of Astatula; and five
daughters, Alicia Facciponte, Ste-
phanie Facciponte, Deena, all of
Tampa; Kimberly Byrd of Riverview
and Dawn of Plant City.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Mitchell
Ron Mitchell, 54, of Plant City died
Jan. 6.
He was born in Blytheville, Ark., and


moved here from Arkansas 35 years
ago.
He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine
Corps and was a staff sergeant for the
National Guard in Plant City for many
years.
He was a Wal-Mart greeter.
He is survived by his wife, Martha
Loett Mitchell; two sons, Joseph B. and
Chad Sanchez, both of Plant City; a
brother, Larry; and three grandchil-
dren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Booth
Robert "Cecil" Booth Sr., 84, of Plant
City died Jan. 7.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant
City and a U.S. Army veteran of World
War II.


He was a well driller.
He is survived by his wife, Ruby;
three sons, Robert C. Jr., James M. and
Carmen M., all of Plant City; a
daughter, Diane Lewis of Plant City;
eight grandchildren; and 10 great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Shackelford
Cecil L. Shackelford, 88, of Plant City
died Jan. 7.
He was born in West Virginia and
was a U.S. Air Force veteran of World
War II, the Berlin Airlift and the Korean
War. He flew more than 8,000 hours in
B-17s, B-29s and KC-97s. He was also
past master of the Masonic Lodge
He was a retired school teacher for
Tomlin and Pinecrest schools.


He is survived by his wife, Mary D.; a
daughter, Susan Clendening; a brother,
Walter; two sisters, Betty Maske and
Mary Ann Cole; two grandchildren;
and five great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Adkins
Michelle Adkins of Lakeland died
Dec. 30 after a long struggle with
cancer.
She is survived by her husband, Roy
Adkins Sr., a son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adkins Jr. of Plant
City and a half-brother, Todd McVicker
of California.
Memorial services are planned at 7
p.m. Jan. 23 at First Presbyterian
Church, 404 W. Reynolds St.
Cremation Services of Florida.


SPIRIT


Continued From Page 11
president?
A: I think America could handle that.
We are a pluralistic society, and we
have overcome a lot of the bias that
would hinder folk from accepting that.
Q: If you could have lunch with a
celebrity, who would you choose?
A: Dr. Robert Schuller (pastor of The
Crystal Cathedral). He's really
impacted my life. I've been reading
him since the late 1960s. He has an
approach to life that has helped mil-
lions of people. He is such a positive


person.
Q: What do you believe this congre-
gation does best? ,
A: The thing this church does well is
love. I recently preached at the funeral
of a 16-year-old girl. This church has
such an outpouring of love for that
family; they embraced them and
folded them into the presence of God.
Q: Do you have a pet peeve?
A: Labels. I met an old friend recently
and she asked me, "Are you a


conservative United Methodist or a
liberal United Methodist?"'I thought,
"Here we go again, putting us in
camps."
So I said, "I am neither. I am a dia-
loguing United Methodist."
She said, "I've never heard of that."
"It's not a new movement," I said.
"But if we're not willing to dialogue
with people and establish common
ground then we've already shut our-
selves off."
Q: Pick a scripture you would like to


leave with readers.
A: It would be Galatians 2:20. "I have
been crucified with. Christ and I no
longer live, but Christ lives in me. The
life I live in the body, I live by faith in
the Son of God, who loved me and gave
himself for me."
DEREK MAUL
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STORMS
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that someone with strong ties
to Eastern Hillsborough
County fill that vacant seat on
the county commission."
David Storms' family has
lived in the Dover/Valrico area
for three generations.
"That makes our daughter,
Roxanna, a fourth-generation
resident of the district I live
and work in," Ronda Storms
said.
Roxanna, 6, is a first-grader
at Central Baptist Christian
School in Brandon.
"She's actually 6 and one
half," Storms said. "She does-
n't like to leave out the half.
Our consideration of her
schooling and overall well-
being was another factor that
we carefully considered while
weighing the pros and cons of
running for the state senate
seat."
Storms said she knows the
Senate position is more
demanding than the two
months in session might


imply.
"Not to mention the
demands of campaigning,
there is more to serving in
state government than meet-
ing in Tallahassee and passing
laws," she said. "I will make
time to travel home on week-
ends during the session. But
the responsibilities in public
service and in the political
arena are always demanding."
According to state election
law and the office of the Hills-
borough County Supervisor of
Elections, Storms must file a
letter resigning her county
commission seat no later than
10 days before the start of
qualifying for the Senate race.
Qualifying for the race begins
July 17. Once she does that, an
election for her county com-
mission seat will be planned
for Nov. 7 to fill the reminder
of her term.
Storm's office said she has
already filed to run for the
state senate seat.


Back in the saddle sort of
City Manager David Sollenberger, sidelined from work since undergoing open heart
surgery Nov. 22, was back in his office Jan 17 on a part-time basis, working his way into a
normal schedule. "I will play it by feel," Sollenberger said. "I really don't know how long it
will take. We'll just have to wait and see. As time goes by I'm sure my stamina will return
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Juvenile probation program
Volunteers are needed for
the Department of Juvenile
Justice's program in the areas
of clerical, mentor or case
management assistance. The
office is at 1601 W. Reynolds
St., Suite 103.
Call: Sue Sloan or Barbara
Hubert, 757-9171.

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used eyeglasses and
hearing aids.
The club collects the items
for distribution to needy
people in Florida and other
nations.
To donate, place the items
in a "Lions Recycle for Sight"
collection bin at the following
locations: the office of Drs.
Humphrey and Maggard,
Strong Optical, 800 Optical,
Wal-Mart Optical, the office of
Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n'
Karry on Alexander Street and
the Meadows at Country-
wood.

Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City, 304 N. Collins


St., offers free pregnancy tests,
information and confidential
support. The center is open
weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
Volunteers are needed.
Call: 759-0886.

Consumer complaints
answered
The Hillsborough County
State Attorney's Office has a
consumer protection agency
in Plant City. Consumers can
schedule appointments to
speak with an investigator
about their complaints on the
second and fourth Friday of
each month.
Agency representatives can
assist in investigating, medi-
ating and sometimes referring
complaints regarding unfair,
deceptive and criminal acts
and practices by businesses
and individuals posing as a
business.
Appointments are at the
Plant City Courthouse, State
Attorney's Office, 302 N.
Michigan Ave., Room 10. Call:
Hillsborough County
Consumer Protection Agency,
903-3430.


Crisis Center seeks volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa
Bay seeks volunteers to pro-
vide crisis counseling on its
24-hour crisis hot line.
Day, evening and weekend
shifts are available. No experi-
ence is necessary. Training
will be provided. Information:
969-4991 or www.crisiscente-
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Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
for seniors and children on
Monday and Wednesdays.
Classes cover basic
computer parts and software.
Adult classes are from. 10 to 11
a.m. and 1:30 to 2;30 p.m., and
children's classes from 3 to 4:
45 p.m.
The school also offers an
evening computer lab for sen-
iors Wednesdays and Fridays
from 5 to 6:30.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.

Kids Cafe
The Kids Cafe is offered
Monday through Thursdays
from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Recrea-


tion Center, 1601 E. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd. The Kids
Cafe serves nutritious, hot
meals to school-age children.
Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.

Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square
dances with rounds are
offered Wednesdays from 7 to
9:30 p.m. at Strawberry Square
Dance Center, 4401 Boot Bay
Road.
Call: 752-0491.

Foster grandparent program
seeks seniors
Volunteers are needed to
serve as foster grandparents
in day care centers and ele-
mentary schools throughout
Hillsborough County.
The ideal candidates enjoy
spending their time tutoring
and mentoring young people.
Foster grandparents must
be age 60 or older.
They serve for 20 hours per
week and receive training,
transportation reimburse-
ment and other benefits.
Those with a monthly income
of $1,000 (single) or $1,336
(couple) are eligible to earn a


tax-free stipend of up to $53
per week. Other incentives
include love, admiration and
the knowledge that you are
making a difference in the
lives of the children who need
your help.
For full details, call Seniors
in Service at 932-5228. Seniors
in Service is a nonprofit
organization that recruits,
trains and places volunteers
to help children succeed and
elders remain independent.

Volunteer tax preparers
needed
AARP and the IRS are seek-
ing volunteers to prepare tax
returns for elderly and low-
income people from Feb. 1 to
April 15.
Interested volunteers, who
can spare a minimum of four
hours each week, should call
Mary Ann Burris at 719-3034
or Frank Kimbro at 719-6977.
Training, which will be cer-
tified under the AARP Tax
Training Program, will be in
January. Volunteer reception-
ists are also needed four hours
each week. No training course
is required for receptionists.


CLUBS


Kiwanis
The Plant City Kiwanis Club meets Wednesdays
at noon at the Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St. Call:
Ken Gibbs, 752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club invites singles to a
dance every Friday from 8 p.m. to midnight at the
Stardust Dance Center in Plant City Plaza, 1401
Collins St. The cost is $5 for members, $7 for non-
members. Call: 752-9277 or 759-2063.


Florida A&M Alumni
The Florida A&M University National Alumni
Association's Plant City chapter meets every fourth
Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Mount Moriah Missionary
Baptist Church, 911 E. Warren St. Call: Bea Crowell,
752-0451.

PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School Class of 1951 meets
the second Tuesday of the month at the Orange
Blossom Tea Room, 106 S. Evers St. Call: 752-8479.


Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of Plant City meets the
first Friday of every month from 7 to 8:45 p.m. at
Ms. Cherie's Art & Frame Shop, 119 W. Alexander St.
The group was formed to help children appreciate
art and participate in hands-on activities. Call: 719-
6887.

Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High School Class of 1955
meets the fourth Thursday of the month at 8:30


a.m. at BuddyFreddys, 1401 W. Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd. All classmates, teachers and staff
members are encouraged to attend.
Call: 986-1193.

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club meets for business and
potluck dinners every Monday at 5:30 p.m. Mem-
bership is $10 per year and includes shuffleboard
tournaments.
Call: 754-4130 or 757-9165.


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with bringing revitalization ,to
Plant City's downtown district
and to the Plant City business
community. Get to know the
people, programs and events
that helped make this happen
in the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce special
section, Thursday, Jan. 26, in
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CALEN ARL Collins St. Registration for the contest will be
Feb. 4-23. Fee is $45. Girls must be 8 to 10 years
old by Feb. 4. Copies of competition bounda-
Continued From Page 5 ries will be available at registration. The contest
La'Tosha Lewis, llewis@plantcitygov.com or is planned for April 1. Call: 967-3292.
757-9195.
Scouting Sunday
Basketball skills contest Current and former members of Cub Scout
The Plant City and the Optimist Club of Plant Pack 733 and Boy Scout Troop 5 will honor
City will host the 33rd annual Tri-Star Basket- "Duty to God" Feb. 5 at 10:30 a.m. at Lord of
ball Skills Competition Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. at the Life Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2104 Mud
Tomlin Middle School gym, 501 N. Woodrow Lake Road. Call: 752-6064.
Wilson St. All area youngsters ages 8 to 13 are
eligible to participate in the free event. Bachelor auction
Information: www.plantcitygov.com/rec, click The third annual "Be My Valentine" bache-
the youth basketball link, or contact youth ath- lor auction is set for Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. at the
letics coordinator Danny Smith at Ramada Inn Plantation House, 2011 N. Wheeler
dsmith@plantcitygov.com or call 659-4200, Ext. St. Proceeds will benefit scholarships. Advance
4313. tickets are $20, or $25 at the door. Price includes
buffet and valet parking. Call: Jodi Smith, 754-
Health fair 3703.
The parish nurses from South Florida Baptist
Hospital will present a health fair Jan. 29 at First Fine arts auction
Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St. The American Ideals Foundation will pres-
Call: 752-4104. ent a fine arts auction to benefit Unity in the
Community Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. at the
Open house International Softball Federation, 1900 S. Park
The accounting firm of Edwards, Platt, Rau- Road. Sample art work can be viewed at www.-
lerson, Coakley & Co., 600 W. Dr. Martin Luther unityinplantcity.com.
King Blvd., plan an open house Feb. 3 from 4 to
6 p.m. Information: 752-4991; or e-mail, Men's softball tournament
epr@eprcpa.com. The Big Dawg Men's Slow Pitch Tournament
is set for Feb. 11 at the Randy L. Larson Four-
Yard sale Plex and Plant City Stadium. Information:
A community yard sale is planned for Feb. 4 Brian Dodd, bdodd@plantcitygov.com or 659-
from 7 a.m. to noon at First Baptist Church of 4200, Ext. 4302.
Midway, 2902 E. Midway Road. Tables and
spaces are available for rent for $15 each. Call: Spring fashion show
Mike Rippy, 752-7209. My Girlfriend's Place Boutique and Berry
Patch Kids will host a spring fashion show Feb.
Little Miss Plant City 23 at 7 p.m. at Walden Lake Golf & Country
Officials of the Little Miss Plant City pageant Club. Proceeds will benefit Steppin' Stone
will be available to answer questions Feb. 4 Farm for Girls. Information: 719-6103, or stop
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Berry Patch Kids, 201 by My Girlfriend's Place, 301 S. Collins St., or
S. Collins St., and My Girlfriends Place, 301 S. Berry Patch Kids, 201 S. Collins St.


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Learning Center, 404 W. Reynolds St. Call: 752-
6874.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119 N. Gordon St.,
offers adult Sunday school at 10 a.m. followed
by the 11 a.m. service and youth Sunday
school.
Ongoing classes are offered Wednesday
mornings and Thursday evenings. Also, a pot-
luck dinner is offered the first Sunday of every
month after the service.
Call: 659-2624.

AI-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets Mondays at 7:30 p.m. at
St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104 N. Alex-
ander St., Room 7.
Call: 752-5316.


Ministry seeks donations
METS Ministries' New Beginnings program
is seeking beds, couches and other household
items to assist needy families. The ministry
also is in need of a truck to facilitate pick up
and delivery of donated items.
The ministry is continuing its program of
offering clothes, nonperishable foods, emer-
gency shelter and prescription drugs and is
seeking donations of riding mowers for its lawn
mowing program.
All gifts are tax deductible.
Call: Edith Langston, 754-1096, or 759-0607.

Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist, 402 W. English St.,
offers a weekly Bible study course every
Wednesday morning at 9:30.
Call: 752-9316.


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Brandon's Alex Araoz bull-rushes Durant's Matt Wacaser in the 135-pound weight division during the schools' dual meet at Durant Jan. 12.
Araoz earned a major decision against Wacaser, 13-3, as the Eagles extended their national-record winning streak to 423 consecutive dual-
meet victories. Durant's head coach, Dennis Kitko, a three-time state champion in the early '90s for Brandon and current Eagles coach
Russ Cozart, thought the Cougars could give Brandon's streak a stern test, but a quick pin at 103 pounds and a loss by Tommy Bennett to
Brandon's Kyle Keller at 112 pounds put the Cougars in a 9-0 hole. In five of the 14 weight classes, Durant wrestlers Justin Bechtold, Tim
Burdine, Adam Doback, Chip Bowden and Greg Updike notched victories in a 40-18 loss.


In the night's closest match, Adam Doback, above right, scored a point to tie Brandon's Sean Joyce, 4-4, in the final seconds to force overtime. In the overtime, Doback
earned a quick two points for the victory, eliciting the biggest crowd reaction of the match from Cougar fans, who packed one-half of the gym's bleachers. Hundreds
of Brandon wrestling supporters filled the other side of the gym for the match as both teams' supporters realized the Cougars had a chance to contend with the
powerhouse Eagles, winners of the past five state championships. Durant, which competes in Class 3A, will try to defend its district title when it hosts the district
tournament Feb. 4 at noon. The regional meet is scheduled for Feb. 10-11 at Tarpon Springs East Lake High School with the state championships in Lakeland Feb. 16-18.
Durant's final home wrestling match of the season before the district tournament will be Jan. 24 against Robinson High. Plant City, which also competes in Class 3A,
will wrestle its last match before districts on Jan. 26 at home against Gaither.









SPORTS SHORTS


Fishing Derby registration
Plant City Parks and Recrea-
tion Department is accepting
preregistrations to its semi-
annual Kids All-American
Fishing Derby at its office,
1904 S. Park Road.
The event is scheduled for
Jan. 21 with preregistration
through Jan. 20 and on-site
registration beginning at 8 -
a.m. the day of the derby,
which will take place from 8:
30 to 11:30 a.m. at Plant City
Stadium.
Prizes will be awarded for
largest fish, first bass caught,
first catfish caught and most
fish caught.
Anglers must be accompa-
nied by an adult and need to
bring their own poles and


bait.


The pond contains nine
varieties of fish.
Registration forms are avail-
able at
www.plantcitygov.com/rec.
Call: Steve Rossiter, 659-
4200, Ext. 4311, or e-mail sros-
siter@plantcitygov.com.

Lancers coaches needed
The Plant City Lancers
travel soccer organization
seeks coaches for its U10 and
U13 girls teams as well as its
U10 boys team for the 2006-07
season.
Call: Chris Black, 299-2449.

Ull girls soccer
The Valrico Soccer Club is


looking for one more player
for the Ull Valrico Avalanche
girls team. Players must be
born after Aug. 1, 1994.
The team practices Monday
and Wednesday nights and
Saturday mornings at Keith
Waller Park in Dover.
Call: coaches Karl or Sharon,
671-0344, or e-mail
afbeckers@aol.com.

Future Stars youth softball
The Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department will
offer a Future Stars Fast-Pitch
Youth Softball League begin-
ning Feb. 5.
The league will feature 10-,
12- and 14-and-under teams.
Call: Carlton Benton, 659-
4200, Ext. 4304, e-mail cben-
ton@plantcitygov.com or visit
www.plantcitygov.com/rec
and click the softball link.


PCRPD/Optimist youth soccer
Youth ages 4 to 18 may reg-
ister for the PCRPD/Optimist
Youth Soccer League until
Feb. 15.
The league is a noncompe-
titive one that tries to teach
athletes the basic skills of
soccer.
The seven-game season is
played at Otis M. Andrews
Sports Complex. Season starts
in late March and runs
through May.
Registration fee is $20.
Call: Danny Smith, 659-
4200, Ext. 4313, e-mail dsmith-
@plantcitygov.com or visit
www.plantcitygov.com/rec
and click the youth soccer
link.

Adult soccer leagues
Sponsored by the PCRPD,
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Raiders Score Top Seed,


Host District Soccer Tourney


NEED 1 WIN TO ADVANCE
TO REGIONALS
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Just imagine how strong the Plant
City boys soccer team will be when it
gets to. full health. Still missing one of
its top scorers, Plant City last week was
able to knock off Bloomingdale for the
first time since 1988, winning 6-3.
The win, combined with a 2-1 vic-
tory over Newsome on Senior Night at
Raider Stadium, put the Raiders'
record at 10-3-2 on the season. Next
week, Plant City looks to ride its
momentum into the Class 6A-District
8 tournament, where the Raiders will
be the top seed and the hosts.
Colin Gill and Jonathin Dupree gave
the Raiders a rare double hat trick, as
they both scored three times at Bloo-
mingdale. The Bulls are down a bit this
season, but are still near the .500 mark,
and even in years where the teams
were similar in talent Bloomingdale
would always find a way to beat the
Raiders.
Not this time, however. The score
was tied 2-2 at the half before Plant
City blitzed the net in the final 40 min-
utes. Gill raised his goal total to 13 on
the season, and then assisted on both
goals against Newsome to give him 12
assists for the year. Dupree recently
suffered upper-body injuries in a dirt-
bike accident but was able to play,
while one of his teammates has not
been so fortunate.
Cheyne Roberts and his 10 goals -
is still out after breaking his jaw earlier
in the month. Raiders head coach
Trent Hobbs said that if Plant City
makes it out of the district tournament,
"we probably will have Cheyne back."
Thanks to its top seed, Plant City will
only need one victory to make it to the
district final and earn a region playoff
berth. Plant City gets a bye directly
into the district semifinal Tuesday,
where it will take on the winner of the
game between the No. 4 and 5 seeds.
The Raiders earned the distinction by
going 6-0 in district play.
Durant head coach Jamin Hollings-
worth thinks .his Cougars can beat
anyone in the field.
"And I'm OK with saying that. I think
in our 12 gam6s, we've outplayed 11
teams. We've just had trouble finish-
ing," said Hollingsworth, mentioning a


5-1 loss to Gaither as the only excep-
tion. In 12 games, seven of which were
victories, the Gaither loss and a 3-2
setback to Sarasota Riverview marked
the only times Durant allowed more
than two goals.
Last week, Chris Parsley shut out
Brandon 1-0, and that final score is
indicative of how-most Durant games
have been going. The Cougars' leading
scorers (Juan Vilagrana and Justin Ste-
phens) both have six goals, a low total
compared to other teams.
"Our typical game is going to be 1-0,
2-1. We just have to finish better," said
Hollingsworth. "I think Plant City,.Sar-
asota Riverview, Sarasota are all good
teams but we can beat any of them if
we finish better."
Hollingsworth points out that the
Durant losses to all three of those
teams were by one goal. He added that
the Cougar forwards have come in for
some extra weekend practices to get in
more shooting work. The Cougars
open play in the district tournament
on Monday, with the championship
game scheduled for next Thursday.
This week, the girls Class 6A-District
8 tourney is under way. Plant City and
Durant opened up against each other
Tuesday. The winner of that game was
scheduled to play in Wednesday's
semifinals, and the championship
game is Friday at Durant.
Plant City's girls came in as the
bottom seed, but still have seen huge
improvements this year. The Raiders'
regular-season record was 3-8-2, but
included four one-goal defeats against
strong competition, such as last week's
3-2 loss to Newsome. Christina Mintz
scored her llth goal of the year- more
goals than Plant City had as a team all
last season. Chelsea Rushing had the
other goal for the Raiders.
"We played a very good Newsome
team tough," said head coach Mike
Storter. "Laura Scheffer made some
very nice saves."
To illustrate how competitive the
Lady Raiders have been, despite being
five games under .500, Plant City has
nearly scored as many goals, 29, as
their opponents, 32.
Last Tuesday, the Lady Raiders
enjoyed their biggest output of the
season, beating Armwood 7-0. Mintz
scored four goals and Jen Wilcox, along
with a pair of freshmen, Kate Wicker
and Emily Hoy, added single goals.
Wicker has seven scores this year.


Photo courtesy of Plant City High School

Winning wrestlers
Plant City High School had its strongest showing ever in the annual
Christmas Classic Dec. 17 at Middleton High School. PCHS had 19 wrestlers
competing for top spots in all weight classes. Raider wrestlers who placed
at the tournament are, in front, from left, Jacob Wyatt, fourth place, 145--
pound division; Corey Homberg, second place (171); Josh Creamer, second
place (103); Arsenio Durant, first place (215); and Darren Turner, fourth
place (171).




Boys Vie For District Hoops Seeding


FACE DURANT TUESDAY NIGHT
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
With Sarasota Riverview standing
out as the clear leader of the basketball
pack, every team in Class 6A-District 8
is doing its best to avoid the Rams
early on in the district tournament.
That's where it gets tricky.
"You don't want to be the fourth or
the fifth seed," said Plant City head
coach Gary Meyer. In saying that,
Meyer acknowledges that, at least in
this case, the Raiders might be better
off finishing lower in the standings, in
sixth place out of seven teams.
The Raiders earned an important
district victory on Saturday afternoon.
At Sarasota High, Plant City trailed,
going into the final quarter but out-
scored the Sailors 20-7 en route to a
54-45 victory.
Sophomore Channing Woodall had
by far his best game of the year, scor-
ing 23 points. He did the most damage
from the free-throw line, hitting 15 of
18 attempts from the charity stripe.
"It was a great team effort, a big
win," Meyer said."We're playing better
- defending better, moving the ball
better, running the floor better."
Saturday's result gave the Raiders
six victories in their last eight games,
and it could have been seven of eight.
Last week, Robinson edged the Raid-


ers 80-79 in a wild contest, hitting a 3-
point shot off the backboard at the
buzzer. Jason Brown poured in 29
points for Plant City.
The Raiders were 10-10 going into a
tough pair of games this week; first on
Wednesday against Sickles and then
Friday at home against Lakeland. The
game with the Dreadnaughts will be
the last that counts against Plant City's
district record. The Raiders are 2-3
while Lakeland is 3-0 with three still
left to play.
East Bay and Sarasota are also 2-3,
meaning a win against Lakeland could
vault the Raiders into the third seed. In
the district tournament, the fourth
and fifth seeds play each other in the
first round, with the winner having to
pair up against Sarasota Riverview in
the semifinals. Only the teams who
make the district final advance to the
Class 6A region playoff bracket.
Sarasota Riverview is ranked No. 6
in the new 6A state poll, having
dropped two spots after a loss Satur-
day to Auburndale, the No. 2 team in
Class 5A. The Rams recovered nicely,
beating 4A's No. 3 team, Sarasota
Booker, Monday in a game that drew
2,000 fans.
Though it won't count for them in
the district standings, the Raiders cer-
tainly hope for a win on Tuesday in
their rematch with Durant. The Cou-
gars held off a late Plant City rally in
the first meeting to win by two points.


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leagues for adults a twenty-
something league and an
over-30 league will hold reg-
istration until Feb. 15 at the
Parks Office, 1904 S. Park
Road.
Both programs feature 10-
game seasons with the twenty-
something league playing on
Thursday nights and the over-
30 crowd playing on Friday
nights. The twentysomething
league is for men and women
ages 19 to 29. The over-30
league is for men 30 and older
and women 25 and older.
Cost is $35 for either pro-
gram. All games are played at
Otis M. Andrews Sports
Complex.
Registration forms are avail-
able on the PCRPD Web site,
www.plantcitygov.com/rec.
Call: Brian Dodd, 659-4200,
Ext. 4302, or e-mail bdod-
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Rd, offGunn Hwy. 3100sf
professional office
space on waterfront
Home"look for your
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w/fireplace & French
doors overlooking the
backyard to Horselake.
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$3875/mo. Would con-
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S 813-625-1919
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lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
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Starting at $160. mo.
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813-865-1191. THE-
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bldg, 1000 sf, Quick ac-
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$10/sf 813-966-8245
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813-731-8200
985-7899

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bidg old world charm,
Quickaccessto 14&Tpa.
$12/sf 813-966-8245

190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

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190J Property
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BROOKSVILLE 1 Mi Wal-
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3 ajoinin parcels, 2
homes, P B0k/1 Log, 2
Horse Barns, $2.3 Mil.
BuyOwner352-406-1193
200-249
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202 Accom. To
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Brandon-Seffner Quiet,
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to share with other sin-
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smoKing or artying.
Call Joe/CHRS at 813-
657-1748 or (248)
342-5047
1n0 Apartments
2"" Unfurnished

Avalon Village Apts.
$495/mo. Lg Newly
Remodelled Apts. Gated
comm, Poolsg mcl. Water
14350N.22ndSt. Tampa
FL,33613 (813)971-7 70
Class 584 isyour ticket to
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BRANDON/R-VIEW 1Br
waterfront cottage, new
ceramic and cpt, com-
mon deck, rec rm, laun-
dry, more. $425'mo plus
electric. 813-741 9698
C 'Wood Spacious 2br/2ba
newly upgrd.unit. SS
ApplsGran. tops & lake-
view. Pool, rec area, ten-
nis cts& wt.' rm incl.
$1,000/mo813-391-3700
PLANT CITY 2br, lba,
brand new, loft apts,
950sf in elegant historic
Bldg dwntwn wd firs,
13' ceigs, Walk to shops
& restnts, W/D, CHA.
Quick access to 14 +
ampa. $925/mo
813-966-8245
SOUTH Tampa near AFB
on S Dale Mabry Hwy,
3br, Iba at. CHA, W/D
hookup, Move in Imme-
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dep. 800-330-7557 Ex 206
TAMPA & BRANDON .
Tampa, 2ban Iba, $795,
close to n ennedy &
Howard. BRANDON, 3br,
2ba, renov. w/pool close
to 175.813-781-3516
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Bath,washer-dryer
space, new appliances
located near mdl & e-
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(813) 545-0129


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I Triplex

Tampa
Duplex, 2br renovated
parking, $580/mo. 9411
Mulberry St
813-789-2043
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APOLLO- BEACH Brand
New, 4BR, 3BA, 3CG,
w/bonus rm, covered
lanai, lake all appliances,
blinds, lawncare incl.
$1795 mo. 813-789-2662
APOLLO Beach & River-
view. Immediate Occu-
pancy, New Homes for
Rent OR w/option to
buy! 3 & 4Br. $1200 & up.
Mr. Moshe Azoulay (no
commissions), Point
Rltr, 813-672-3436
Apollo Beach/Ruskin
New Duplex 3br,2ba,
CHA, all apps, blinds,
lawn care, W/D hkup,
quiet street. $950/mo +
dep. 813-625-2843
BRANDON townhomes in
gated community.
3/2/2V, $1295 + dep.
2/21/2, $1100+ dep.
3/2/2 HOUSE $1200.
VALRICO 2/1/2 TH $1100
+ dep. 813-333-2477.
BRANDON/VALRICO
Copper Ridge, spacious
1860sf, 3br, 2ba, 2cg,
den big great room,
fncd bkydw/patio, pets
ok. Bit 2000. All appis
incl. $1450 OBO Call
today! 813-494-0959
CARROLLWOOD 3br 2ba
2cg in a great location,
washer & dryer, $1300
mo. + utilities. i'z Mo.
Dep. 732-859-8520,
813-494-9779.
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1175/mo 813-417-8893

FOREST HILLS 3br 2ba re-
modeled completely,
quiet neighborhood,
$1200 mo. + dep.
813-792-1981.
LAND 0 LAKES Suncoast
Meadows, beautiful,
like new 3br, 2ba, 2cg,
on lake, 1/2 mi from Ve-
terans, year old.
Call Bob 813-468-5151
LUTZ Newly Redone, 3br
Great Rm, Fireplace, Util
Rm, 2 Car Carport, Fncd
Shady Yard, Shed Quiet
Neigh, "A" Schools
$1,000/mo 813-695-0694
NEW TAMPA Brand new
4BR/2 /2BA2CG, 2 story,
front porch, covered
lanai, ah apple gated
comm. $16 /mo. Ready
Now. Call 813-610-8778
North Tampa 3mbr Iba,
fenced remodeled
CH&A, t800/ mo, $800/
dep. 8314 N. Mulberry, 1
bik S. of Waters, 10
blocks E. of Nebraska.
813-915-1277
PLANT CITY, Beautilul
Walden Lake gated
community, 3Br, 2Ba,
2Cg, 1630sf, $1150/mo +
deposit 781-603-7071

You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each andevery day
RIVERVIEW, 2 story 3br,
2.5ba + loft, 2cg, 2200sf,
fenced, all appis, W/D
hkup, A+ schools,
$1500/month + deposit,
cable incl. 813-215-7691
RUSKIN
5/3/2. Newly constructed
home for sale or option.
Many upgrades. Call Art:
941-779-5533
SEFFNER Garden Villas
large newly renovated
2br/lba, a, appl, W/D
hkup Ig yd water/trash
incl great Schools near-
14/175 $795 813-785-2518
SOUTH TAMPA, spacious
(1800 sf) 3bed, 2ba,
vaulted ceilings, cha,
tile floors, 4th bed/of
fice, 2 car carport, wood
decking, minutes from
MAFB. $1500 mo.
MB Realty 813-282-7224
SPRING HILL/Sterling Hill
BELOW MARKET RENT
4/2/2, 2100sf @ $1425.
3/2/2, 1940sf @ $1295.
NEW Lennar, premium
conserve appIs. & lawn
+dep. 858-538-228n
Sydney 3br, 2ba + den,
blwide on 1/2 acre.
$1100/mo + dep.
813-657-3616
Temple Terrace, 10705 N.
Hartts Dr. 4br 2ba, tile
floors, CH&A, fenced
backyard, 1700 sf $1100
mo. Days 813-964-1111,
eves/wkends 961-1799.
Waterchase. Maint free,
1800 sf, $2300 mo. rent,
$429,900 sale price, wa-
terview, new, 3br 2ba
2cg. Westchase condo
1/1 $900 rent $159,900
sale. 813-732-4730
WEST TAMPA 3br/lba,
new carpet, new paint,
central AC heat, quiet
neighborhood pets ok.
$1,000 mo.$0 dep.won't
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CENTRAL TAMPA 1919 W
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w/option to buy,
3br, lba nice big back-
yard, $1075/mo plus
you'll get $300 monthly
credit towards pur-
chase price. Call now:
813-625-1919
ODESSA 8506 N Mobley,
lease w/option to buy.
Large 3100sf waterfront
home on Horse Lake
3br,3.5ba, officeplus bo-
nus rm (could be bed-
room) lot of upgrades,
hardwood floors
throughout large acre
plus lot w/parking for
oat or RV. $2900/mo
w/$600 monthly credit
towards purchase. Call
now: 813-625-1919
SULFUR SPRINGS 8318 N
Klondike For sale or
rent w/option to buy,
4br,2.5ba, remodeled,
new floors & kitchen
$1200/mo plus you'll get
$300 monthly credit to-
wards purchase price.
Call now: 813-625-1919
SULFUR SPRINGS For sale
or rent w/option to buy,
3br,2ba totally remod-
eled. New kitchen
baths, tile, & hardwood
firs throughout. 8016 N
10th St. $1200/mo plus
I'll give you $250 month-
ly credit towards pur-
chase. Call before it's
gone: 813-625-1919
T212A I Townhouse
Edgewater Land 0 Lakes,
New 3br, 2.5ba fin gar
backyard conserve. PETS
OK, pool, all appls,4min
from 1-75 & -275.
$1050/mo 813-477-6020
LAND O LAKES Brand new
Townhome Ballantrae,
3br, loft, 2/2 ba, lcg, on
Spond & next to pool,
1375/mo. Call Bob
813-468-5151 or
727-857-0043
SOUTH TAMPA, 3 story
Loft Home, Appl IncI
W/D, 1/2 yrs New, Mod-
ern, Ultra Contempo-
rary, Fenced Yard,
$2,2O0/mo 813-655-0300
VALRICO Brand new 2br
2.5ba + den in gated
community. All apple's +
water & basic cable incl.
$1085/mno. call
813-453-7789
Mobile
2151 Homes

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Plant City 813-752-5234
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$925/mo + dep. Great
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PLANT CITY 2BR, MH,
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ises. WNOPETS, weekly,
bi-weekly or monthly
plus security 752-7033
or 813-716-5567
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Knights /Griffin, 2br
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lbr furn,w/utilities$600
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230 Rentals
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3ba, jacuzzi, fireplace,
1800 sf, bar, restaurant,
fitness, locked building,
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I 1 Waterfront
231 Rentals
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2BA 2CG, 1700sf, Direct
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garding specific loca-
ions and requirements
and to apply online, visit
our web site at:
www.allkids.org. EOE
M/F/D/V. Drug-free
workplace

child hospital

| 332 | In Home Help
Caregiver needed to
provide asst. for elderly
woman in her home,
Good pay 863-668-7718
335 Child/Adult
3"351 Care

PLANT C.i, area PrE
School Teachers needed
experience preferred
but not requires. Will
Train 813-857-8457
Restaurant
340 Hospitalityl
Clubs
CHILI'S CARROLLWOOD
& CITRUS PARK now hir-
ing Cooks & Hostesses.
Apply anytime. Call:
813-792-0909/963-3882
SERVERS HOSTS& EXP'D
Prep Cooks & Line Cooks
Please appy M-F, 2-4:
ChannelsideBennigan's
615 Channelside Dr., Tpa
I Legal
349 Profession

Paralegal Trainee, F/T.
Start as Clerk. Exc. work
enviro. Fore/bk good
skills req'd. Typing and
computer knowledge.
Benefits. Sabal Park,
Tampa, 813-915-8660.
Fax 813-915-0559
Admin/
350 General
Office
Accounting & Clerical
www.ritastaffing.com
813-754-5997
Administrative Assistant
for award winning
Manufactured home
community in Plant City.
Heavy phones, excellent
people skills required.
Full Time with benefit
program. Fax resume to
813-707-8316
Rid your garage of bugs -
VW Bugs that is! Place
your adin autos for sale,
class 649.


Admin 374 1 Security
350 General Security Officers.
Office Unarmed, lic.
Openings Now, Top $$$.
Secretary/Receptionist Call 1888-243-0250
P/T M T, Th 9-Spin. C 24325
Plant dity, FL. Fax re- 1 Driver/
sume:813-752-3102 Attn 375I Delivery
Brenda. or email to: I y
brenda@ifrooks.com CYPRESS TRUCK LINES,
Customer INC Driver Designed
3 e c Dispatch. FLA
Service NLY/Flat Bed students
FRONTDESKATENTANT welcome. Home Every
FRONT DESK ATIENTANT WeekEnd Most Nights
Friendly Outgoing, Cus- (800)545-1 y5 1
tomer Related Atten- www.cypresstruck.com
tant-Experienced to
work Front Desk Atten- Driver
dant at the Plant City
YMCA. Work part time. l/ CHECK
15-20 hours per week.
Must be 18 years of age.
Apply directly to 1507 THIS OUT!!
YMCA Place. Bi-lingual OC DR E
a plus LOCAL DRIVERS
E.O.E. D.F.W.P. AUBURNDALE TERMINAL
13601 Trades I ClassACDL
3601 Trades |Flatbed &tanker exp a
plus.3mo.exp.'re'd.
AUTO BODY TECH MULBERRRYTERMINAL
for independent shop. ClassACDLand
Cal for appointment tankerend.
813-645-3730 Recent grads welcome!
AUTO COLLISION TECH 1-888-562-9066
Heavy collision. Must
have all tools. I-Car or driveccc.com
industry cert. Flat rate +
benefits. 813-886-8143
AUTO MECHANIC, for
muscle car restoration .'
shop must have 10 yrs '
exp. Call 813-645-3876 Driver- COVENANT
DRIVERS American Water TRANSPORT. Excellent
seeks experienced Trac- Pay & Benefits for
tor Trailer Drivers. Ft. Experienced Drivers,
Pierce / Tampa area. O/O, Solos, Teams &
CDL w/tanker endorse- Graduate Students.
ment. End dump/Tank- Bonuses Available.
er Experience Preferred. Refrigerated Now
Competitive Pay, Bene- Available. (888)MORE
fits. 1-800-837- 0707 PAY(888-667-3729).
EOE/MF/DFWP Driver- NOW HIRING
Sail Away With Savings QUALIFIED DRIVERS for
see Class 585 for a great Central Florida Local &
selection of sailboats! National OTR positions.
ESTIMATOR for indep. Food grade tanker, no
shop with Pathways hazms no pumps,
knowlede. a for great benefit
appt. 813-45-3730 competitive pay & new
equipment. Need 2
FRAMERS (Exp Metal) years experience. Call
need to apply. Immedi- Bynum Transport for
ate position available, your opportunity today.
MUST have own tools & (800)741-7950.
transportation. Please IVE AB
call Grace or Doug. DRIVERSCA&B
863-425-2941 For Demolition Co.
Semi's & roll offs. John
Purchasing Agent, exp'd; 813-783-1688 eoe/dfwp
Warehouse Person w
f/ exp, valid D/L; Boat DRIVERS LCT WANTS
Builders all phases- YOU!OTR drivers solos
High-end Furniture Fin- or teams. 3 months ex-
isher, exp in spray poly- perience& CDL-A/ HAZ
urethane & poly-ester. required. Full benefits
Apply: SEA FORCE IX pacKFage. 2003-2005
12277 U.S. Hwy 41 Pal- ? uipment. Call
metto FL 941-721-9009 1-800-362-0159 LCTran-
SHOP FOREMAN with me- sportation.com
chanical experience, for Drivers
trucking company. Ex- OwnerOperators
perience with manage- "NewTampaTerminal"
ment, organizational TampaAreaLa.nes
. skills, andDOT compli- .DePendableMileage..
dance. Good pay, health 100% Fuel Surcharge
benefits, vacation pay Ta Program
holiday pay, vehicle. 813-628-9600
Please senc resume to www.comtrak
813-875-7202 logistics.com
Wanted Class 8,7,6 Diesel Owner Operators:
Mechanics with TAKETHE FIRSTSTEP
Certification in CATS, TOWARDABETTER
Cummins or Detroit. FUTURE!
uust h. e 5 yrari" *LeasePurchase
p.,perr.:e L.Eii.rr PlanAvailable*
'.Y, ,,d (.rtinu-e.i -Greatpay
lrarin ng.if,61665-9'52, Guaranteed hometime
I No Lease-On Costs
i 3611 Construction *Spouse Rider Program
SPaid Orientation
CONSTRUCTION Supervi- 2 yrs OTR exr req.
sor, Mgr various con- Miller Transporters, Inc.
struction projects, Sala- CallBrian Hall
ry, Bonus Benefits &Co. atourPlantnCityFL
Vehicle, Fax resume to location
813-890-8819 1-866-581-8976
www.millert.com
WantAds 0 I G al
REMODELERS to preform 1380 I General
all phases of construc-
tion on jobs from demo AIRLINE MECHANIC Rap-
to inish stage id training for high pay-
813-890-8809 ing Aviation Career. FAA
predicts,,severe short-
WATERPROOFER age. Firrancial aid if
WANTED qualify Job placement
Experienced assistance. Call AIM
Call 813-267-0086 1-888-349-5387.
1362 Landscaping | Rid your garage of bugs -
VW Bu3 that is! Place
Landscape & Maniten- youradinautosforsale,
ance Crew Leader & La- class 649.
borers need in Plant City
have clean DL. Call HEAVY
813-659-0370 EQUIPMENT
13701 Sales OPERATOR
AUTOMOBILE SALES
POSITIONS Salary & TRAINING FOR
Commission $75,000 & EMPLOYMENT
up Buddy Foster &L T
Chevrolet is now hiring
for AUTO SALES No exp
nec.Sign on bonus up
$1.000 38622 SR 54 W.
Z'hills 813-782-1538 .
RETAIL/WHOLESALE
salesperson needed for
performance wheels,
tires, accessories. Job B. e, BL ,
req: strong work ethic, Buidozers, Backhoes,
work as a team player. Loaders, Dump
Training provided. Sala- Trucks, Graders,
ry & commission. Fax re-
sume 863-688-0372 or Scrapers, Excavators
apply At 604 W. Memori- Jiillillm 1:ll l ,1
al lvd., Lakeland
SALES
COOL JOB National Certification
Now hiring 10 sharp peo- Financial Assistance
pie to work & travel w/ Job Placement
unique Business Group.
Travel to Orlando Dallas Assistance
Chicago & other major
US cities. 2 wksTraining.
Lodging & transport furn. 800-383-7364
Dly &Wklv bonuses. For
info call 66-298-0163
1 Tele- Associated Training
371 marketing Services
Telemarketers PT/FT Ex- www.atsn-schools.com
perienced only need ap-
ply! Salary + commis- D56871
sion. Call 813-973-7800


1380 | General I
ATTN: SHOPPERS needed
to work at retail stores.
No experience required,
training provided. Up to
$15/Hour Immediate
openings. Full & part-
time, 1-800-554-5992
Cashiers, Parkesdale
Farm Market now hiring
experienced Cashiers
for full-time and part-
time. Must be available
for some weekend work,
start at $6.75 OT avail-
able. Bring big smile &
apply in person. 3702 W.
Baker St. (Hwy 92).
COOL TRAVEL JOB! 18/25
gals/guys towel major
OS Cities. Represent
Fashion, Sports, Music
publications. 2 weeks
paid training. Call Stacy
@1-866-8384-0398
DETAIL/CLERK/RECEP-
TIONIST, FT no week-
ends, benefits offered
must have some com-
puter skills Apply in
person to: Wells Memo-
rial Funeral Home
1903 W.Reynolds St.
District Manager
Start building your suc-
cessful management
career as a district man-
ager with The Tampa
Tribune. As a DM, ou
will assist our distribu-
tors, customer service
department and divi-
sion managers in build-
ing and maintaining an
excellent standard of
customer service.
You'll also enjoy great
benefits including major
medical, dental, ife in-
surance, 401K, vacation,
training and career ad-
vancement withone o f
the largest media com-
panies in the southeast-
ern United States.Good
communication skills,
time and stress-man-
agement skills and a
high school diploma or
G.E.D. are required. Bi-
lingual (English/Span-
ish) a plus. Must have
home telephone, reli-
able transportation with
25/50 personal liability
insurance and a valid
Florida driver's license.
If you are ready to make
a positive move, we
want to hear from you.
For consideration or to
learn more, send your
resume and salary re-
quirements to The Tam-
pa Tribune, attn: Linda
Paul, 2720 S Falkenburg
Road, Riverview, FL
33569 or e-mail to circu-
lationjobs@tampa-
trib.com (no attach-
ments). Please refer-
ence "DM" in the sub-
ject line.
THE TAMPA TRIBUNE is
an equal Opportunity
Employer. A drugtest is
required for this posi-
tion.
THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
DRIVERS Company Driv-
ers Solos/Teams Class
A/CDL New Pay Pack-
age 3-1-05, Make up to
40 cents/mile & More.
Great Home Time! Also
Owner Operators Need-
ed! 1-877-882-6537 EOE
Oakley Transport, Inc.
FISH FARM picking room
positions. Sun to Thurs
813-986-4560
FLORIDA STRAWBERRY
FESTIVAL
Now taking applications
for Maintenance work-
ers. Apply in person
Monday thru Friday
8:00 A.M.-10:00 A.M.
ONLY. 2701 W. Reynolds
St. Plant City
NO PHONE CALLS
HEAVY EQUIPMENT Op-
eratorTraining, Bulldoz-
ers, Backhoes, Loaders,
Dump Trucks, Graders,
Scrapers, Excavators.
Florida Training! Na-
tional Certification Fi-
nancial Assistance Job
800-383-7364, Associat-
ed Training Services
w w w a t s n-
schools.com.
HELP WANTED Earn Extra
income assembling CD
cases from Home. Start
Immediately. No experi-
ence necessary
1-800-267-3944 ext. 117
www.easywork-great-
pay.com
High-Rise Window Clean-
er, Experienced, Full
Time must have valid
DL. 813-985-3540
HYDRAULIC shop need
person w/some exp
making up hoses re-
building cylinder etc.
813-759-0599
LANDSCAPERS
$9.00 hr. Full benefits in-
cluding 401K. APPLY AT
4202 E. Lake Ave, Tampa
Limpiadores / Cleaners
PT/FT. Start Today
Cleaning Offices /
Apartments / Hotels in
Your Area. Bilingual En-
Igish/Espan ol,
Day/Night/Weekends,
Flexible Hours. $14 per
Call. 1-877-832-5428.
LIVE-in nanny single
mom of 3, room, board,
utilities provided. Ref &
Bkground Ck req
752-4586
PACKING POSITIONS.
Night Shift. Sun to Thurs
813-986-4560
Want Ads


1380 1 General |
TITLE CLERK Lakeland
Auto Auction now has
P/T Title Clerk positions
avail. Must have vehicle
title knowledge & exp.
Apply in person Mon,
Tues & Thurs 9am-4pm
at 8025 North Road 33,
Lakeland. Ask for Pam
Carms. EOE/DFWP
TOP Plant City companies
$9.68 -.12.25/ hour
Temp to hire, benefits!!
813-754-5997
RITA STAFFING
SALARY PLUS
COMMISSION
Seeking former/retired
U.S. military personnel
or outside sales
representatives with a
proven track record to'
enlist rmen and women
into the U.S. Army and
Army Reserves. As an
Army civilian recruiter
you now have the
opportunity to serve
your country and your
community in helping to
defend this great nation
of ours. Duties include
telephone calls, area
canvassing, high school
and college visits, and
one-on-one interviews
with potential enlistees.
We provide the training
and resources.

(computer, cell phune.
government vehicle) t'.
ve successful. Must
possess excellent
computer skills and a
current, valid state
driver/ s license with a
good driving record
pass a background
investigation and drug
test and be willing to
work flexible hours.
Must be a self-starter
that can work under
minimal supervision.
Looking for committed
individuals that are
career oriented and
willing to stay the
course in order to be a
community based
recruiter that is known
and networked within
the community. Email
resumes cover letter
and references to:
readytorecruit@
armycbr.com
or fax to (270) 351-8177.
Reference Brandon
EOE/AA
BECOME A Mystery
Shopper! GAPbuster is
currently recruiting
mystery shoppers. Get
paid to sop and
improve customer
service. Apply now at:
www.gapbuster
.com/xec
391-399
Education

I Vocational
394 Training

AMERICA'S DRIVING
A C A D E M Y
JACKSONVILLE'S CDL
SCHOOL ANNOUNCES
ITS GRAND OPENING!
*Financing Available
Call For Details
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EARN DEGREE online
from home. *Medical
*Business, *Paralegal
*Computers, *Criminal
Justice. Job Placement.
Computer provided.
Financial aid if qualify.
(866)858-2121
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watertech.com.
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FREE Brochure! CALL
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Merchandise

1400 Misc for Sale
#1 Steel Buildin Source
Since 1980! CalorHon-
esty and Integrity! All
Sizes! 1-888-425-7755
BATHTUB REFINISHING..
Renew/Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink & Chip Re-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. 5yrs. Warranty.
Quick Response, In-
sured; Serving Florida
Over 10yrs. 'Florida's
Tub Doctor.'
1-888-686-9005
BATTERIES, automotive
to locomotive. We re-
condition your battery
to like new condition
with warranty starting
at $20.813-657-0454.
EVERYONE WANTS... En-
ergy Savings Storm Pro-
tection Lifetime War-
rantee Free Demo Limit-
ed Time. 1-800-585-5970
Evt. 208 .
FIREWOOD Solil nd
seasoned. Pick up or
deliver. 511 Tellair Rd
Brandon 813-309-261S
or 813-992-0167
Garages, Barns, Carports
starting $595 Galva-
nized seel 2 Styles, 13
Colors. Free installation.
Call for free quote on
any size. Florida Certi-
fied 10year warranty
available. 386-736-0398
jcscarportsandgar-
ages.com
Check out our Pet Classi-
fications to find the fur-
ry or feathered friend
that you seek!


1400 1 Misc for Sale |
GOLF CART Battery
Charge not lasting? We
recondition your batter-
ies to like new with war-
ranty. Can come to you.
All lead acid batteries.
813-657-0454/267-7830
Alimark Power Inc.
MEMORY FOAM All Vis-
co New Orthopedic
NASA Mattresses, War-
ranty.'Cost $1995, sell,
399, Queen; $499, King.
AII sizes available. Free
Delivery! Original Tem-
pur-Pedic from $699.
Guaranteed Best Price!
Electric Adjustables for
Less! www.mat-
t r e s s d r c o m
1-866-476-0289,
813-493 -1222,
727-733-9334
No Home Phone Service
$24.95 Basic Get Recon-
nected Quickly! Long
distance plans avail-
able, no deposit. Trans-
fer service keep same
number. 1-888-467-8286
& 1-800-813-9235. Insta-
tone. Se Habla Espanol
TENTS Liquidation Sizes -
40x40, 40x60, 40x100,
40x160 Start at $2000
Can be seen at Gator
Tools (813) 727-0007
Misc.
400A I
400A Wanted

OLD GUITARS WANTED!
Fender, Gibson,
Gretsch Martin, D% An-
gelico .tromberg, Rick-
enbacker, and Mosrite.
1930%s thru 1960%s.
Top cash paid!
1-800-401-0440
Year Old Records, 33's,
45's, Jazz, Blues, Rock'N
Roll. 1950s, '60's & 70's.
Call 813-685-6655
FILLDIRTWANTED
Clean! Easy access off
Hwy 60 Plant City area.
813 737-4304
Is your life too cluttered?
Do you need more
space? Then unplug
your old appliances,
shed your unwanted ap-
parel and unload your
used furniture with an
ad in the Classified mer-
chandise columns!
n 402 Antiquesl |
I0 I Collectibles
American Indian Items
Wanted.Qld Rugs, Pots,
Jewelry Bead Work etc.
Pre 1966. Please call FL.
352-466-3013 or N.M.
505-228-5974
American Indian Items
Wanted. Old Rugs, Pots.
Jewelry, Bead Wo4rl- etc.
Pre 196. Ple.ase call FL
3'i2-4t5h-l i" :.r N.M.
505 228 5974
DINING ROOM Furniture
complete set turn of the
century (1910-1920).
813-752-3238
Indian Items, Authentic.
Rugs, Pottery, Baskets,
Arrows, Bows Quiver,
Pipe Rattles, Coostick
Shield, etc. 813-933-7569
PRIVATE LIQUIDATION
Hundreds of items!
Toys, Nascar, Glass,
Pottery, Furn., Art Deco-
813-746-9220
Victorian Secretary/
Bookcase, combo. Early
1900's. Solid oak great
condition $950obo.
Must sell. 813-493-3335.
Huge Sale. Art, furn.
glassware, collectibles,
jewelry, vintage clothes,
1908 S. MacDill Ave.
Tues-Sat 10-6,258-9580
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day
1406 I Jewelry I
RING Awesome 2.50 car-
ats platinum diamond
ring, center stone, 1.50
karats, certified. Ap-
praised $18,000. Sacri-
fice $6860.800-872-2194
ROLEX BUY SELL
Service-Selection.Yates
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.
ROLEX Stainless, turn-o-
graph, almost new,
4200. Daytona, Stain-
less, new in box $9900
813-810-4872
1407 I Diamonds |
Engagement & Wedding
Set, main stone 2ct,
total wt3+ ct,appraisec
$12K. Sacrifice $5900,
Must see 727-656-7790
2 CARAT diamond, round,
clean (VS) brilliant,
Must Sell $7,900.
813-774-2828

408 Stamps-
408 Coins- Booksj

Coins-Currency BUYING!
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates / Appraisals.
9a-4p.M-S. 813-651-3266.
209 N. Kings Ave. Brnd
WE BUY COINS!
Buying selling, trading!
Over 3Tyrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$. 813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196


1410 1 Furniture |
AAA Accents
Bed $135
A Brand Name Queen
/Full orthopedic willow
top mattress set. New in
plastic. With warranty
Can deliver
813-363-0097
BED $225 KING
Orthopedic Pillow Top
Matt.Set. New in plastic
w/wty. Can Del 363-0097
Memory Foam $495
As on TV 813-363-0097
Accent/Furnishing
$40-70% OFF
GETTHE HIGH END
DESIGNER LOOKED FOR
THE GUARANTEED
LOWEST PRICES IN
TOWN! BEDROOMS,
DINING, LIVING
ROOMS ACCESSORIES,
RUGS, ACCENTS INCLUD-
ING: BERNHARDT AICO
LEXINGTON, TOMMY
BAHAMA, NAUTICA,
HOOKER, ULASKI,
SHANADIG SERTA
MATS. ANb OVER 100
OTHER MANUFACTURES.
THIS WEEK ONLY.
LOGAN'S FURNITURE.
4315 E COLUMBUS DR.
1-4, EXIT 3. TAMPA.
CALL 813-630-4744
Web a IllU17

e cQ &B-%

BED $199
King name brand set
Factory close out. Can
del. 813-478-8995

BED $269
Qu pillow top set
w/wrnty. NEW in plastic
Can del. 813-478-8995

BED $389
Kg pillowtop set
w/wrnty. NEW in plastic
Can del. 813-478-8995
BED 0 ACHES mattress
with quilted top. new
$115. Also barely used
$95 free delivery.
727-418-7579

BEDROOM 1-8pc
King/Queen
All Cherry, med finish. All
drawers American
dovetail never used still
in box. Can deliver cost
$4,500 sell $1,575.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-293-7621
BEDROOM FURNITURE,
black laquer, headboard
for queen bed, dresser
with mirror & nitestand.
Good for college student
or starter home. $300
813-831-8515
BEDS AAA+ VISCO
ORTHO-PEDIC Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress
Q-$399, K-$499
FREE Delivery w/ad!
ORIGINAL TEMPURPEDIC
FROM $699!
AIR & ADJUSTABLE
All Sizes In Stock
7924W. Hillsborough
OPEN 10-6 Mon-Sat
across from WINGHOUSE
www.mattressdr.com
813-889-9020
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
BROYHILL OAK
BEDROOM SET King
w/Mattress, light bridge
and side piers, dresser
w/mirror and drawer
chest $1,000 OBO
(813) 689-2225
BUNK BED. Captains
Beds, $169. New All
Wood, Can Deliver.
Brandon 813-685-4760
www.alontrading.com

DAY BED $275*
Complete with 2 twin
matts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used, can
deliver. 813-926-8507

DINING 11PC
All cherry 92" 2 pedistal
tbl 6 chrs & Igt d china
cab. new, retail $6K, sell
$1799.813-478-8995

DINING ROOM
ROBB&STUCKEY/
MARGE CARSON QUALI-
TY, BORDEAUX EUROPE-
AN STYLE ELEGANT
122" DINING TABLE,
COMPLETE W/8 CUS-
TOM CHAIRS AND 2
PIECE MARBLE TOP 90"
SIDEBOARD. NEW
$15,000; LESS THAN 1
YEAR OLD MUSTSEE!
ONLY$6950.
813-215-2089
DINING ROOM SET, solid
oak, table (Iuleaf),
6 chairs & hutch.
Like new. $825.
(813)363-8490
DINING Room table, Buf-
fet & 4 chairs. Teak &
Tile, Seats 8. $300.
Sleeper Sofa, Queen,
Beige Leather. $100
813-662-3831
DISPLAY/ TV CABINET
-solid wood w/dimmer
lighting. $1,400 OBO,
(813)960-0241

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry or oak,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743


1410 1 Furniture |
ENTERTAINMENT Center,
w/media storage ends,
will hold 36"TV
104"x23"x83" High, pc.
$400,813-363-9615
FUTON $195
Oak w/xtra thick matt
New in boxes Can
deliver. 813-363-0097
FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $285
813-293-1743
HOUSEHOLD FOR SALE
Lake Magdalene, All
Furn High-End. Must
Sell!! Bdrm Hemingway
8pc, retail $8K, sell
500.3pc ithr set retail
$6K, sell $1350
813-4-78-8995
Livin rm 9 pc, modern
Iight colors + 34"x38"
Sframed art ($300 value)
Paid $1200 Sacrifice
$500 813-994-2922
Living Room, new, Rooms
To Go, Sofa & Love Seat,
overstuffed, Green/Grey
/Tan tweed, rope braid
trim, multi-decorator
Pillows, 2 End-Tables,
polished stone, simulated
marble w/iron Bases.
Call 813-641-1363

Mattress $135
Brand Name Orthopedic,
Queen or Full Set.
King $225
All 100% new in plastic
NOT REBUILT! Can
Deliver 813-363-0097
MATTRESSES
3 sets, double sided pil-
low top, with warranty.
Never used. Can deliver.
King set-$325.
Queen set $275
Full set-$240
813-293-7621
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$750.813-454-5505
WALDEN ESTATE
SALE
Sofa&Chair $195
SofaSleeper $159
Queen No Flip Mattress
Set $169
GEWasher& Dryer $295
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GE Stove 159
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Marshall MG 100 HDFX
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14918 North Florida Ave
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lass Showcases, Floor Deisel Generator 1500.
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has large overage of sets, 300+ driver's &
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S-4'x 8' Pro Series, solid
wood 1" slate, leather
BRICK PAVERS pocket, K-66 rails Ball
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45GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL, 2" CAL 8'..$25
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lg| Dogs I
ALTMAN WHITE ENGLISH
BULLDOGS old type bul-
ly. Reg gorgeous pups
m/f 2yo female, special
home, Must be spayed.
wolves33875@
yahoo.com $600 OBO,
(863) 381-7201
AMERICAN BULLDOG
Puppies, NKC, health
certs, docked tails, $500.
Sandmountain American
Bulldogs 352-243-2762
American Buldog Pups,
born 11/4/05, 4 beauti-
ful pups, must see! CKC
reg., POP, health certs.
$600.813-433-4227
AMERICAN ESKIMO MIN-
IATURE Beautiful AKC
puppies. Have shots and
are ready to go. Males
$400, fenMales
$450.(13) 677-9916
AMERICAN PITBULL TER-
RIER PUPS, Red/Red
nose, Pure Old Family
Breeding, ADBA reg.,
Vet checked $38.0
352-303-3966
AMERICAN Staffordshire
Terrier pups AKC &
ADBA reg'd, blues blue
brindles & blue lawn.
$500-600.813.232.9317
BASSETT HOUND PUPS
AKC hith certs & shots,
Family Raised. Red&
White & Tricolor. $350.
Can Email Pictures
863-853-9430
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BICHON FRiSE Male Very
Loveable, Adorable,
9 Wksb Paper Trained,
Reg. Shots, Health Cert.
$800w 813-382-7174
BLOODHOUND Puppies,
AKC reg. Parents on
premises, reds & blacks
& F. $600 each. 352-
357-9390/589-2821
BORDER COLLIE PUPS
abcbordercollies.com
$250-$400 ea. Reg.,
champ ped, health
certs. Call 813-601-5679
BOSTON TERRIER PUPS
AKC Vet Cert. 8 wks old
beautifully marked,
$500 (813)263-8390

BOXER Pups, Registered,
Fawn, black mask/
flashy. 6 males/5 fem.
taking deposits ready
Feb. 2. $600 or$700. Call
for appt. 813-973-3483
Boxer Pups Reg. All
shots, 3 white Female, 1
white Male Parents on
p premises. eady 1/23.
$525.813-300-3314
Brittany Spaniel Pups,
AKC, 8 wks, well bred,
beautiful markings,
Males/females avail.
$450. (386) 312-0474
BULL MASTIFFS AKC
Champion Bloodline
registered puppies 4/F
3/M. Parents on premis-
es 407-891-1007 $1,000
Cairn Terrier Pups, AKC
family raised, Wheaton/
Brindle. $700.
www.mccartyster
riers.com (352) 591-2271
CAVALIER King Charles,
Beautiful ACA, Blenheim
Babies, parents on site,
Get yours for Valentines
Day!$1700 813-932-4770
CHIHUAHUAS AKC, 8 wks
& older, Health Cert,
$250-$800. Taking de-
posits on younger pups.
CORGI PEMBROKE AKC
Puppies, health certs.
Ready Now.
C. Cards OK. 352-523-1360
813-299-1626
Web #110187

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ENGLISH BULLDOG pups
63 Champion AKC Reg.
M's & F's. Fawn & whie
$1500- Dep. $500 Avail
2/19 (863) 409-6629
English Bulldog, 2 yr old
female, white& Tawn,
fully trained & crate
trained, loves kids &
people, spayed. Needs
Good home.. $500.
813-245-0760.
GERMAN SHEPHERD
Pups, AKC, 10 wks big
boned, beautiful! Shots,
wormed tri's & BIks.
Duke's Puppies. $600.
813-621-6598
German Shepherd Pups
Solid snow white, vet
v WWKC reg. shots &
wormed, Beautiful M-F,
$700 Cash. 877-445-2199
Golden Retriever Pups,
AKC S/W POP, Vet
Check, 912-632-6467
www.preciouspyppy.net
delivered to Tampa Fri
Golden Retriever Puppies
2 males, AKC reg, health
certs, light golden, $600.
813-205-0564
GREAT DANE PUPPIES,
llwksold, lst&2nd sets
of shots, health cert.,
2M/1F left, $350 each.
Lakeland (239)849-3148
Jack RussellParson
Russell Terrier 9 wks,
hith cert., M/F. Call
AKC reg: 727-432-4599
UKC reg: 727-420-3190
JACK RUSSELL Terriers,
Registered smooth
coats, $600 and up. Vari-
ety of sizes & Colors.
Raised in home. See us
atwww.suavestylin
jacks.com 813-741-2510
JACK RUSSELL TERRIER
PUPPIES 8 wks, 1st
shots, parents on prem.
$350
813-907-8560
JACK RUSSELL TERRIER
5 months old female
with papers, tri colored,
first shots, $275.
813-264-0347
LAB Puppies, AKC, Black,
8 weeks st Shots $450.
813-782-4015

LAB PUPPY, 10 mos. male,
yellow AKC champ
bkgrnd, english block
hd, gentle, sweet, must
see $600,813-514-3585
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$600352-307-0772
LABRADOODLE F1/FIB
QUALITY pups, CKC, CH
& OFA howardspuppy
haven.com $1000
386-364-8345
LABRADOODLE Puppies,
CKC, First Generation,
Flat Velvet Coat, $950.
Kid Tested, Family Ap-
proved. 319-750-8018
MALTESE 1 yr, Sib. girl,
white, non-shed, non-al-
lergenic, CKC, shots
love kids, $850, 2 wks/
dep $K. 352-200-5147
Spot Advertising Works


480 | Dogs
MALTESE PUPPi, AKC,
reg, 1 male, 10 weeks,
vet chk, all shots, ex-
tremely cute, $800.
813-748-8120
MALTESE PUPS, full of en-
ergy, ready to go, hith
cert. & papers, raised
w/small children, $650
& up. (352) 544-2993
MALTESE Pups, Gorgeous
reg., tinytoy, family
raised, H/CM/F, 8 wks,
$800 up. 352-220-0351
contentedpuppies.com

MANCHESTER TERRIERS,
12 wks old AKC register-
able. Toy size for pets.
$325 (863)858-3565
MIN PIN Pup AKC, choc &
tans, tiny & cute. $400.
READY NOW!
813-763-0842/630-2931
MINI AUSSIE PUPS Reg
Ready to go, had 1st
shots, health certs.
$300. Call Virginia.
13-991-7327 V263-2796
MINIATURE POODLES,
1 yr old Male & Female,
CKC MIust sell due to
health reasons. $800 for
both. (813) 363-8490
Peekingese CKC. Rare
colors, family. Playful &
Pudgy,$500-700.
www.pekesandpugs
.com (352) 591-2271
PIT BULLS, 8 wks, first
shots, Red/blue eyes.
$250 and up.
813-789-4900
4 LEFT!!
Rid your garage of bugs -
VW Bugs that is! Place
youradin autos forsale,
class 649.
POODLE FOR STUD.
Standard, large (90 b's),
AKC, white. excellent
temperament 813.300.5965

POODLE PUPS, AKC, Mini,
Silver Beige, German
Sire, PRA negative,
excellent quality. $700.
727-596-4467
Poodle Standard
9 wks, AKC reg., champi-
on lines, hlth cert., M/F,
gorgeous. 727-432-4599
POODLES, Toy, black or
apricot, male & female.
$250 & up. 8 wks, shots,
wormed. Ready to go.
Pasco Co. 810-348-5506
PUP PUPPIES AKC Fawn
M/F Home Raised!
Ready 1/17. Taking De-
p osits. Pics Availffable
600 (352)748-2717

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave.Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P05062440

Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P05062440
RAT TERRIER PUP
male, great w/kids, $300
obo. Call 813-361-1558

Rat Terrier Pups, UKCI,
Great family pet, Tiny
Toys to minis. $350-450.
www.mccartysratter
riers.com (352) 591-2271
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
class 460!
ROTTWEILERS AKC Reg,
Mother (2 y/o&spayed)
and 2 female pups, 6
months. Shots. $75 each
813-920-6958 382-7797
**Rottweiller AKC Pups**
"The Rolls Royce of
Guard Dogs" German,
huge, bigoned, block
heads. Shots ve chkd,
HC, POP. Must see! 8
wks. on Christmas Day.
Taking Dep. Starting at
$550 (863)701-7410
SCHNAUZER Mini AKC,
white & S&P, adorable &
smart HC, POP 8 wks,
$500. P05-653475.
V 813-684-4951~
SCOTTISH TERRIER
PUPS-AKC, Black &
Wheaton color, $500.
Some w/champ blood-
line. 386-574-5238.
SHIH TZUS AKC req.
2F/4M bik & wh, crm &
wh, gold & wh. Vaccines
& worming up to date.
Perfect companion pet.
$600.813-949-3140
Web#105630

fL ,c& Buy
WEIMARANER 12 months
Sold, crate trained, pa-
pers shots, goo d with
children. $350. Please
call 813-672-0200
WEIMARANER PUPS, AKC
registered, Silvers. Vet
cert, Raised in Family At-
mosphere. Partial crate
trnd. $550.727-409-7239
Welsh Pembroke Corgi
pups AKC, sable, triexc.
quality. $600.
www.mccartyscorgis
.com (352) 591-2271
West Highland Terriers
Top Quality AKC Pups.
8 weeks
$650-$800..
Call (813)855-5213
WOLF HYBRID PUPS
Taking deposits
$350 UKC Reg
Call Kirn
863-781-0015


1480 | Dogs I
YORKIEPOO PUPPIES,
male, CKC, hith cert.
parents on premises,
ready 1/18, $650 ea,
941-639-9998
Web #73097

Sjick & BuL,

YORKIES! AKC
Vet Checked, 1st Shots
Male 600, Female $800
813-659-2977
YORKSHIRE TOY TERRIER
2 Males $800/each. AKC
reg, hith cert. Ready
1 5. Call813-671-8577

ADORABLE
PUPPYSALE

WPetland

A Selection of More
Than 50 Puppies
Beagle, Bichon Boxer
Chihuahua, Dachshund,
Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle,
Pug, Shih Tzu, Husky,
Silky, Westie, Yorkie
lus many, many more
All PuppiesComeWith:
lyr health Warranty
Free Vet Visit
Free Training DVD
* Microchip Identification
Also, A Large Selection
of freshwater Fish,
Reptiles Small Animals,
Birds &All Your
Supply Needs
Petland Lakeland
3800 N. Hwy 98
863-859-6886
Petland Tampa
7699 W. Waters Ave
813-249-8700
M-F 11-9
Sat 10-9 Sun 11-7
Visa Mc, Amex, Discover
100% FinancingAvailable
P04-070213
14811 | Cats
ABYSSINIAN Kittens, 12
wks, look like little
mountain lions! Very af-
fectionate! $695 and up.
941-922-6129

V Kittens &CatsV
Free to good home. Spay-
ed, neutered, some vac-
cines (813) 963-6612
PERSIAN Kittens IF, 3M's,
shaded silver, choco &
gold tabby. HC, 1st shots.
8 wks old. $275-$300
CASH (863) 646-5296
RAGDOLL KITTENS,
lovable blue eyed as
playful as puppies, $500,
th guar. 35-694-8119
www.godsdolls.com
KittenS To Good Home
Beautiful, playful and
sweet. Must see! Long &
short-hair, M & F,
several color. Litter
trained. Start your new
year with a new Friend.
(813)383-8203 9am-9pm
1482 | Birds
AMAZON PARROT,-blue
front, 6 mos old, affec-
tionate, I cage w/play
top, mobiep ay perch,
ali$1000.813-454-5505
COCKATOO, 9 years old,
$700. Talks some. Nikko.
Call 813-231-2968

COCKITEAL (2) 1 yr old.
Lrg cage. $100. Call
813-671-9066

LOVEBIRDS (2) 1 yr old.
Lrg cage. $100. Call
813-671-9066

MACAW Blue & Gold male
comes w/ new big cage,
Wheeled perch toys &
training book. Make
offer. 727-459-6242
14831 Exotic
SNAKES 1.1 pair of Du-
mernil oas, yearlings,
$200 for the pair. Female
Baby Columbian red-tail
$75 813-714-2039
Riverview Sugar Glider
Shoppe. Baby Sugar
Gliders for sae! Good
for Christmas Gifts $140.
813-671-7228
498 1 Estate Sales I
ANNE'S ESTATE SALES
Fri & Sat, 8-lpm
1622 Foxton Dr. SCC.
Park onside off sale only
SUN CITY CENTER
CINDY'S ESTATE SALE
967-0416
1219 Hacienda
(El Rancho toDOjai)
Fri20th&sat21st 8-2
Sofa, love seat, ent ctr,
coffee & end tbis, organ,
lamps, sleeper sofa
w/match love seat,
refiners, patio fum. Qu
BR set, T's, VCR's,
Bristo kit set, '94 club
cart, tools & more.
I499 Garage, Yard
S Sales, Etc.

Cork Area We/Th/Fr/Sa
4910 Miley Rd. Dining
Rm Table, Washer/Dry-
er, Clothes, Lots of Misc.
813-505-9558
KNIGHTS Griffin, 5607
Bailey Rd N. off Knights
Griffin Rd, tools, prom
dresses, household
items. Fr & Sat, Jan
20&21 8AM-5PM


499 Garage, Yard
Sales, Etc.

PLANT CITY, Chestnut Dr,
Pine Oaks Trailer Park
Lot #19. 39 N to Joe
McIntosh Rd, turn right
to Pine Oaks Rd turn
right to stop sign turn
left. Follow around till
you see us on the right.
Wed, Thur, Fri & SatJan
18, 19 20 & 21. Some-
thing for everyone, fur-
niture, household items,
toys, clothes, utility
trailer, much more,
Plant City Sat 1/21
8am-12 (Countryhills
Sub) 4764Westwind Dr.
Major AppI., Furniture,
lots offree items.
Walden Lake East, 2505
Sprucewood Ln, Sat
8am-lpm Some
furniture baby clothme
maternity clothes, &
misc items.


Farmer's Market

Inn Fruits &
500 Vegetables

2 generators 5500 Watt
Silent Diesel. electric
start, new $3,800 sell
$1,900. 5500 open diesel
generator $1600. Both
from canceled project
never used. usuallyho-
medays@hotmail.com.
Home/work/mobile it's
toll free 877-525-8088
Navel Oranges,
$5/bushel. 2901 S. Der
Rd. For more info call
813-754-4608
Sweet Naval Oranges,
U-pick. $7.50 bushel.
4207 Moores Lake Rd.
Dover, Florida.
813-659-1445.
You pick Tomatoes
Artesian Farms, 30th
Street SE, behind KFC.




kins, Runs Good
$1000
813-621-8475
1 5 I Horses &
I" Livestock

POLE BARNS, Garages,
workshops, horse barns
-20x20x9 $2,600
*20x30x9 $4,200
24x24x9 $4,032
*24x40x9 $ ,6020
Other Sizes Available
LIC# CBC1253330
813-713-2333 788-3501
Web #109724

t &lick & Buy
Animals of all types at af-
fordable prices. Don-
keys, jennys & acks and
minis, Horses for riding.
Nice paints and fillies.
Roosters, turkeys, gui-
nieas, pigeons, geese,
goats, sheep, cattle. I
buy or trade. I pay cash,
and pick up or deliver.
813-382-8289 Rod the
#1 animal man.
Quarter Horse-$500,
Pony-$500, Mini-$200
All Kid-safe. + 30 more!
Will finance anyone. $0
dn, $100/mo. Many
beautiful paints! Will
trade & rent $15/hr,
$25/day. Call now:
813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
AQHA Buckskin gelding,
hunter/barrel prospect.
APHA Palomino gelding,
4H or lesson prospect
APHA Tobiano gelding,
lesson or trails. All wide,
load, tie and bathe.
$2500ea (941) 518-6637
WANTED!! Horses,
ponies, goats, sheep,
Namas, cattle & any
animals except cats or
dogs. Tack, trailers &
equip. Top prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board;
$250/mo. Horses rented
- $15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com
Clydesdale 8 yr old regis-
tered mare, 18 hands,
sweet, quiet trained En-
glish &Wesern. $3000.
941-776-9027
HORSE Belgium 4 yrs old
gelding, big & beautiful,
very gentle, great for
riding. Registered.
$2900.813-361-4347
Flashy Paint Gelding, 7
yrs old. Big enough for a
Man; Quiet enough for a
Kid. $!,500.
Call 727-641-8587
DONKEY- Spotted Jack, 2
goats, 1 male Fallow
buck deer, Call for info
after 5PM. 813-986-1790

The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!
CLASSIFIED CAN!
If you're ready to move-
up or are just starting
out Classified can help
you open the door to
home ownership. We've
got properties at every
price, with locations all
over town! And if you're
planning to sell, Classi-
fied can introduce you
to the market's best
prospects.








I5 Horses &
525 Livestock
Cows, Zebu Miniature
Registered breeding
pair w/3 mo old male
calf $2600
813-737-5327
HORSE BUGGY, antique
1 seater, completely re
furbished $1500. OBO
813-752-3268
LIVESTOCK hauling, fenc
ing, portable pen. Land
cleaning. 813-754-3797
I526 Pastures &
6 Stalls

LAKE PARK, full /partial/
field board, owner on
prem.24/7, daily, grassy
turnout, sec. cameras,
fans, 4 feedings daily,
exc ref's. 813-610-1280
15271 Hay & Grain
PEANUT HAY
TIFTON44
Bahia grass square or
rolls. Call 352-567-6773
813-714-8802 Ive mess
550-599
Recreation

5601 Motor Homes
0 RV's
21' WINNEBAGO Mini
Winnie Class C, 1996,
33K mi. immaculate
in/out, totally serviced,
$21,500 352-523-2446
25' 1995 COACHMAN
CATALINA, exc. condi-
tion, non smoker, sleeps
6, many extras $6 200.
Dunedin (708) 860-9644
26' Terry Travel Trailer
Sleeps 4 a/c, w/genera-
tor Lot's of extras.
$6500/obo. Tim 863-273-
9719/382-2647
33' '06 self-contained
Travel Trir, super slide,
W/D, micro., stereo,
tinted win., awnings,
sleeps 6 all options
$20,990. (A63)838-3825
34' 1996 Fourwinds Hurri-
cane, 2 A/C, large show-
er/enclsd toilet, queen
island bed and more.
Tow bar, 34k miles, exc
condition. $19k.
813-752-0424/754-4486
35' BLUEBIRD WANDER
LODGE '83, diesel w/
12.5 diesel gen, $39,900.
Consider P/U truck +
cash trade 352.249.9160
37' 2005 Lie New. 4
slides, Country Coacr,
.nspire. 400 Lai. Luw
Miles. Loaded $229.50'11.
386-71;-3026BB
40' 2001 American Eagle,
Diesel, 350 Cummins,
2 slides, 6 spd Allsion,
automatic awnings,
many extras. Mirrored
Lighted ceilings.
Excellent & clean. Non
mn- er .i $1,32(In1
813-677-77[9
45' '04 Prevsit Maratnon

tonm Int. Double
New over il.SMII. Muls
cela due io illntss, 795K
727.787-7417
45' 2003 Monaco Signa-
ture Series Commander
3 slides, 525hp I.S.X.
Cummins eng., 12.Sk.w.
gen. Aqua Hot. 3 A/C
units: 42 in. Plasma. Gi-
rard awn'g. Sculpt car-
pet 13K mi. All bells &
whistles. 863-984-2898
or 508-776-7500 .
888- Bates RV Nearly 600
Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa.
CARPET, CERAMIC &
WOOD. Motor Home in-
stallation specialist. 1st
Quality materials. Con-
venient turnover time.
Make your coach look &
smell new. Lic/Ins. M/C
Visa. 25 yrs exp. Semper
Fi Flooring 813-625-0229
RVAwningMats.com
6x9,9x12& New for 2006-
9x18 Reversible RV Mats.
25 styles to choose from.
Perfect for Camping
and RV'ing. Toll Free
866-MY RV MAT.
Order Securely Online
RVAwningMats.com
I6 2Campers &
56 Travel Trlrs

14' Fleetwood By Cole-
man 1995 Pop-up, Aw-
ning + Scrn rm, Frnt
Storage Bin, Gas stove
Good Cond. Sep A/d
$2,400 '813-984-1342
1979 STARCRAFT
SWINGER POPUP
CAMPER. Exc. cond.,
garage kept, $1,600.
SCall 13-963-261 Eves.
20' 2004 ATV CYCLE TOY
HAULER, all fiberglass,
full living quarters,
sleeps 6, A/C & bath
$9,800. 813-610-9673
Web #77764


2001 Jayco Heritage Pop
up. Fully loaded, king
beds. AC, heat storage.
Exc cond. Must see
$8000.(352) 754-2735
23FT. TRAIL LITE 1999 su-
per light weight travel
trailer only 3400 Ibs.
sleeps 5 island queen
bed fully loaded excel-
lent condition $7400.00
(352) 596-1737
CLASSIFIED WORKS


I 5621 Campers &
"" Travel Trlrs
e 28'Park Ave. 5th Wheel
g 2 slides, fiberglass body,
central air, ceil. fan, ex-
. tra nice, much more.
$13,500. Davenport, FL
cell# 608-448-9847
30' FRANKLIN 2003, self
. cont, air, rubber roof,
bedroom, full bath.
$11,000. Must sell.
813-477-8032
31' 2001 Prowler, Super
slide, Queen Bed, Large
Bathroom, Loaded!
$15,500 obo
Cell Phone 260-740-1329
33' 2000 Sunnybrook Ti-
tan TT, Slide, Loaded,
Exc Cond, NADA Retail
S$20K, Lite Alum Frm,
15,000 703-867-1366
35' 2005 IMPALA 15' slide,
washer/dryer, awning,
air. $17,999. Will deliver.
813-391-6248

36'2003 5th Wheel Carri-
Lite Cameo 3 slides, king
bed, no pets, non-smok-
er, loaded w/extras.

Exc. Cond.$39K
941-505-2806
810-449-0207
36'2004Country Comfort,
2 Elec Slides, Awnings,
CHA, Self contained,
$18,900 OBO
727-804-4288
38' Franklin 2005, two
slides, self cont, W/D,
CHA, sleeps 6. Loaded.
Sacrifice for $23,900.
813-651-0990
40' 1997 CARRIAGE 5TH
WHEEL, 2br, 2 slide outs,
1 super slide, central air
w/heat pump, W/D, all
r the upgrades, exc cond.,
$35K 813634-4635 Iv msg
40' 2005 5th Wheel Pine
Creek 2br 2 slides, 2
CHA's' W/b, Fully Self
Contained Loaded
$28,500 obo 893-510-3717
40' LUXURY 5TH WHEEL
2006,2 slide-outs, 2br's,
sips 7, W/D, self-contain,
central air, many extras
$25,900 703-599-7179
Airstream 1976
LandYacht 31ft Extra
clean $8500.
813-390-9892

Small Light weight fiber-
glass BURRO 14'x8'A/C,
micro, refrig, sleeps 3.
813-986-1033Lake
Thonotosassa.$3500

1563 RV
563 Accessories
Tow D,:lII, liki ret. FluIll
equipped, InCludeS3 d0C
brakes & spare wheel.
$975.813-892-6947

CAR DOLLY; good shape
withstra s, heavy duty.
$600.Call813-782-8225
564 Recreational
564 Rental

POPUP CAMPERS ir rent
4 C. Sink, Stove, Frg.
Call Lynn to reserve @
i 13 54b.1827 www.popup
renrialcampers.com
[565 RV Storage
Outdoor Storage, 5515
Causeway Blvd RVs,
Boats, Cars, Trucks,
Construction equip Trlrs
$40-$50-$100/mo
Brandon 313.2?0 1538
Ion Swimming I
J"".JU Pools & Spas I

Factory Direct
Tamr pa
Gulfto Bay Spas
W 813-781-9232 W
www.gulftobayspas.com
HOT TUB FOR 5 redwood
style sides, lounger cov-
eriets, like new $1,500
(813) 741-3837
HOT TUB/SPA, like new, 5
person, 24 ets, cabinet,
digital LED, waterfall
loaded, sacrifice!
$1,475.813-401-4007
New 7 erson s a, load-
ed. $96/month Thru
Home Depot. Cover,
warranty. Can Deliver.
866-776-0999
POOL-ABOVE GROUND,
nice! 4'x18', asking $500.
Can be seen by appoint-
ment. 813-468-351

WE MOVE SPAS
ANYTIME 24/7.
Custom Spa Covers $179.
813-625-0165

583 Vehicles

2004SEADOOGTXWB Ed-
it incl. 2 place trr, WB &
all access. 4 life vests.
total value over 512.000.
sell $8500.612.819.1355
584 1 Boats I
14'6" 2000 Flare, -10HP
motor, trailer, Bmirm,
Top, Fiberglass, very
good condition. S491i0.
(863)533-0869
14' ALUMACRAFT V-
HULL, magic tilt, galv.
trlr, 15 HP Johnson OB,
great shape, runs exc.
1375 obo. 813-323-5671
15' Boston Whaler
w/70HP Johnson, Tilt,
Trim, Galvanized Trail-
er, Sior. Box, 18 gal gas
tank. $6200.
813-671-8631


1584 | Boats |
16' 2004 Cape Craft CC.
50HP Yamaha, GPS, FF,
live-well, CG equipped,
w/trailer Used 8 times,
practically brand new.
$9000 obo. 813-389-1887
16' PONTOON BOAT,
40HP engine, fish finder,
radio, livewell, 8' top,
dry dock, like new,
$10,500 727-457-7972
Web #125242

2 lick&Buy
.-J-=,., .:
16.5' 1998 KEY LARGO,
60hp '98 Merc, galv. trir
w/spare tire, bimini top,
many extras xtra clean,
$6295 813-662-9854
17'2000 Nitro LX Bass, 90
hsp Merc, galv trir, load-
ed senior owner mint,
$8500 firm. Don't miss
this one. 352-540-0884
17V2'Aquasport 1997 CC.
90 Jc hnion Birrmin, top.
Deptn Finder TroIin
Moi,:r, ?,1:ioc0
613-83;-6836
18' center console Well-
craft w/C drive, 150 hp
Johnson. Drive on trail-
er $3500 obo.
813-239-9446.
18' TROPHY W/A 96 w/97
Merc 150. Bimini, cus-
tom boat cover & trailer
Great condition $9,80d
(813) 785-6219
19' 1999 Regal LSR hi-dry
kept, bimini, 5Smph!
Gas miser, sharp, clean!
Must sell! 4.3 V6,
$8995 813-962-2395
Web #680


23' 1987 Wellcraft Walk
Around, newer 225
horse Johnson & trailer
$5600.19' 1999 Pontoon
$4500.813-914-8989.
24.6' 2003 VECTOR Hydra
Sport, twin 150s, low
time, fully equipped
trailer, cover, must see.
$59,000 813-746-1018
Web #18568


27' Chaparral, bimini top,
boat in exc cond, very
low hours. Orig $42k.
Sacrifice $24,500.
813-933-4200
33' Trojan 1984 Twin
454's, Low hrs Runs
good, Apollo Beach,
Moving-Must Sell! $24K
obo. 813-760-7702
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
Several Storm Damaed'
& Donated Boats. Will
Buy & Sell. Call Mike
727-204-7988

585 Boat Slips-
I |"I Storage I

SLIPS FOR SALE OR
LEASE. Pasadena Yacht
& Country Club.
727-381-7922 xt 12.

BOAT SLIP RENTALS
Harbour Island
Monthly, Daily & Weekly
rates. For info call
KAT727-799-2111
Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM
WITH NEW CANVAS.
CUSTOMIZED TO FIT ANY
BOAT $800 941,266.0903
www.aqua-shade.com
MOTOR, 2005 Mercury
150 HP, EFI saltwater,
low hrs like new $6995.
813-831-4052
813-833-0312
PAIR of 150 horse 2002 EFI
25" Mercury Salt Water
series. $6,00. Running
when taken offi.
813-914-8989.
S587 I Sailboats
30' Hunter, fiberglass
perfect, great deal for
16K. Call for informa-
tion. Transferable slip.
813-604-2416
30' NEWPORT. 2000 25hp
Johnson w/Elec start.
Roller Furling, 3 New
batts. New canvas inc
Bimini. Auto pilot. Ped-
estal steering. AM/FM.
VHF. Sleeps 5. CLEAN!
$10,500. obo. Located in
Hudson 863-585-1118
Web #74577




Transportation

Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt-90 days
upto 3 yrswarr. M-F9-5.
em BBB 813-875-1500
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE


Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
TOPPER Black fiberglass,
Cab height, for GMC or
Chevy 6ft,6 bed.$555.
Call 813-244-3257

TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
813-610-1535

627 1U i s
1 Trailers
4X8 Fold Up, Stand up in
garage for storage.
Never Used, $650.
Call (813)943-1204
6x12x2 Never used- 15"
wheel w/gate $825. Oth-
ers avai. reliablewel-
dingandsteelsup-
ply.com 813-237-0110
I Trucks Light
"2 lDuty I

CHEVROLET 1984 C 30 1
ton, dual wheels short
wheel base cab & chas-
sis work truck $1675
813-695-6642
CHEVY 1997 Z71 PU, im-
maculate in/out, 89k,
4x4, rare single cab
shrtbd needs nothing.
$8200obo. 813-967-2182
CHEVY 2002 Silverado LT
2500, Ext Cab, diesel, Al-
lison, 1 ownr, 100+ K mi,
Onstar, Ithr, full pwr,
$18K 813-920-6208

DODGE 1996 Dakota
Sport, Great cond. $2500
obo. (813) 966-7553

DODGE 2001 RAM 2500.
SLT Cummings diesel, at
od, Ouad cab, loaded,
longed h/d tow kg
$12,900 13-949-5374
FORD 1990 F150 XLT Lari-
at 4x4,'low miles, new
tires, extra clean looks
new, must see $4500.
813-478-5254
FORD 1994 F-250. 4WD.
Off road suspension.
Bedliner. Crash bars. Ex-
tra lights. New tires.
battery Alt'r. $3,000.
727-849-2843 aft 5pm
FORD 1997 F150,3dr Lari-
at pkg, V8, CD plyr, bed-
liner, new tires, 195K
miles good cond., must
see $3800.813-323-5256
FORD 2000 F150 XLT Reg-
ular Cab Long Bed, 54
V8,136k mi. $5306.
727-243-6853.
FORD 2001 Ranger, 4x4,
4.0L, 6 cyl, auto, AC, tool-
boxes & liner exc cond,
.Bank ,pa-yof.$8750.
813'7k54-2a46'- .
Ford 2004 F250 Superduty
XLT, deep satin green,
excellent cond, 5.4 Tri-
ton, PW PS, $22,995.
W 813-144-33780
Ford 2005 Ranger, Perfect
cond. 4K mi., cruise AC,
CD/MP3, bedliner, tool-
box. Was $12 500. Now
$11,500 (352) 588-9778
ISUZU 2001 Hombre, 54K
mi., Standard shift, 1
owner, good condition,
Below blue book value
$4750 obo. 813-817-0747
Nissan 1997 P/U, 4 cyl,
5spd, 86K orig. mi.,
Chrome mag wheels,
new tires air shocks,
am/fm/CD, bedliner,
tint windows, exc cond.
1st $3995.813-843-9888
NISSAN 2003 Frontier
Crew Cab Black, Auto,
33K Mi, $15,000
Mustsell!
813-334-8838
TOYOTA 1998 TACOMA
PRERUNNER 107K mi,
runs/looks reat.
Cal 813-310-3447

630 Heavy Duty

CHEVY 2002 3500 crew
cab dually, 2WD, LS pkg,
135K mi, 6.6 turbo diesel,
mint cond. $21,900 OBO
813-323-4420
DODGE 1989 Box truck
with 1995 diesel engine.
5-spd, Ig box. Exc int
body & tires. Runs great!
$5,500.813-681-1187
Dodge 2001 Ram, 2500
quad cab, SLT Cum-
rings diesel, 131k, long
bed. $14,250.
813-404-7200
DODGE 2004 Ram Quad
Cab 3500 Cummings
Diesel, Loaded Single
Wheel Short Bed. Flame
Red like new 32,000
miles. $28,000. Call
352303-3900.
FORD 2003 F350 HD Die-
sel, Freezer Truck,
w/Hercules slip in & car-
rier refer. New engine
w/2 yr unlimited mile-
age guaranty, new front
end & tires. $19,750.
941-924-7297
GMC 1986 BRIGADIER, 15
yard dump, tandem
axle, diesel, runs good,
balance owed $6,500.
Call 813-679-2403
GMC 1999 SIERRA 3D Cab
C1500 loaded, well
kept, HD towing pkg.
Asking $9,000 obo.
Call 813-664-8828
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!


530B 4-Wheel
630B Drive I

FORD 1987 1-Ton F350
4x4,351W Auto,
39.5 Tires, $3500
813-949-0231 or
813-760-2804
16311 Vans I
CHRYSLER 2001 TOWN N
COUNTRY LXI Well
maintained, good cond.,
64k ms, $12,800 Call Bill
813-810-3275
CHRYSLER 2001 TOWN N
COUNTRY LXI handicap
accessible manual pop
in ramp. Well maint., 64k
mis, good cond.$12,800.
Bill 83-810-3275

DODGE 1998 RAM VAN
132K, exc cond, 8 pas-
senger, running boards,
remote start. $4500.
Call 727-457-0639
Dodge 2001 Caravan
Sport, Mini, 51k mi, CD, 4
drs stereo good cond,
$8500. 4235 Henderson
Blvd, 813-287-2565
FORD 1997 WORK VAN
New tires, brakes bat-
tery shelving. PW, PL
A/C. E250 $4,800
352-686-0887
FORD 1999 E-350 Cargo
Van DIESEL, auto, A/C,
white, good cond. runs
good one owner, $5700
641-539-2345
FORD 2003 F150 Cargo
Van 36k mi, auto, like
new, $9500/obo.
813-727-9023

GMC 1994 V8 auto, air.
Good work truck. Tow
package. $2500 obo.
813-986-2391
HONDA 1999 Odessey EX
83K mi, warr, exc cond,
new brakes & tires,
loaded $11,400/obo.
941-373-3935
Web #79362


HONDA 2002 ODYSSEY
58,900 mi Red Mini Van,
Auto.,2 WD, 66Cyl. Leath-
er, power doors, seats 7,
dual ac, Nice! $15,750,
00 (813) 662-1902
KIA 2004 Sedona LX,
11K mi. mint cond.
white, $12,000 obo.
941-408-6652

VW 2003 EUROVAN GLS,
.silver 204 HP 24vVR6,
69k all hwy mi, roof rack,
x-cond, CDpw trr, tow
pkg NADA $20,200, Sell
$19K Ryan 813-654-6381
Web #92411

fCl&ck bu<

SSport Utility
I632"1 j Vehicles

BMW 2002 X5 93,000 mi,
Silver Sports Utility, Au-
to, AWD, 6 Cyl $259000,
Flawless (863) 860-1824
CHEVY 2001 TAHOE,
Loaded, Leather,
Sunroof, DVD, 3rd seat,
Very clean, $14,900 obo.
813-629-4707
DODGE 1998
-DURANGO
4WD 134K miles. $5500
Call 813-758-3393
DODGE 2003 DURANGO
53K miles, 1 owner,
Charcoal Grey, $11,900.
Call 813-764-8030
FORD 1998 Explorer Sprt,
great cond. newtransm
6cyl, cass, 2DR dual
side airbags, all pwr,
$5000 r 813-298-7787
FORD 2001 Explorer Eddie
Bauer Fully loaded, sun-
roof, power, CD & 6 disc
chr, back-up sensors.
$9,500 813-244-2283
Web #109718


FORD 2003 Expedition
Eddie Bauer Loaded, like
new DVD, 6 disc in dash
CD, Ithr, power 3rd row.
$17,850 727-517-6996
FORD 2004 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer 26K, 2 tone
paint, most opts, execu-
tive owned. $21,900 obo
MINT 813-472-6442
FORD 2004 EXPLORER
11,000 mi, Aspen Green
Sport Trac, Auto., 2 WD,
6 Cyl $23,000 Loaded
Warranty 813)645394
FORD 2004 Explorer EB
BIk/Tan Lthr, V6, Wrnty,
Garaged, Non Smoker
MSRP 34K, $19900 OB61
813-839-5900' 63-6434
Hummer 2003 H2, Pewter,
45K mi., exc. cond., load-
ed, camera sys, prem.
sound, Ithr seats, all
pwr. $31 'obo. Must see.
all 727-510 3366
ISUZU 1993 TROOPER.
very clean in/out, AC,
moonroof, 4x4, hi-miles,
$2900 813-220-8021

ISUZU 2002 TROOPER
Burgundy, Auto, V6, 10
cd, power, luggage rack,
running boards 2,300.
813-477-1677
Web #86803

M l$B'uy


532 Sport Utility
632 Vehicles

JEEP 1997 Cherokee,
black, 100K mi. auto, all
power, AC, cruise, CD,
2800 813-453-8566

JEEP 2000 CHEROKEE
CLASSIC- 59K miles,
2WD, immaculate inside
& out. Grey, dark grey.
$8300.813-361-723(
JEEP 2004 LIBERTY 48K,
Blue Auto, 2WD 6Cyl.
$12,995 Must Sel, Exc.
Cond. (813)265-2802
LEXUS 1999 RX300, excel-
lent condition, one own-
er, dealer serviced, 88k
hwy miles, $15,500obo.
813-732-8788
LINCOLN 2000 NAVIGA-
TOR 52K Black Tan Auto
2WD BCvI 514,995 Exc
Cond. Must Go. Low
Miles (813) 265-2802
MERCEDEZ BENZ 2003
ML350, 24K mi.,
Showroom Cond., Black,
Tan Ithr, loaded, all srvc
papers, garage kept.
30.Bob(813o300-5008
NISSAN 2005 MURANO SL
10K miles, burgundy,
fully loaded. $25,00
813-892-7427
TOYOTA 1995 Land
Cruiser, leather, 3rd row
seat, moonroof, all
power, 126K mi. $11,000
obo.813-269-9390
TOYOTA 2004 Sequoia
Exc Cond.21K Mi, Premi-
um Everything, Leather
Tow Pkg, $27,500
813-996-4166
| 635 | Motorcycles
Buying New & used Har-
ley & other brand parts
for art projects, big or
sm, non working bikes
too. 813-874-8203 v msg
Harley Davidson 1995
Springer, too much to
list. Nice! Under 20k
miles $13,500.
813-781-0607.
HARLEY Davidson 2000
Road King Classic Black,
13,928 Original mi,
Garage kept & Grt Cond.
Reaoy to ride. $13,750
813-758-5583
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
ELECTRAGLIDE 88CI
Engine, CD/AM/FM
Stereo, Samson
Exhaust, Like Brand
New, Vivid Black, 15K
miles, many Chrome
Accessories, $13,000
Firm, 813-503-1713
HARLEY 2003 ELECTRA
Glide FLHT-1 100th Anni-
versary edition. Like
new Less than 8,500
miles. 1450 CC V-twin
power. Black with ex-
tras. $14;500 firm.
Patrick 813-476-6805
813-476-6805
HD 1997 FLHTCI Full
dresser Mystic grn &
bik. A Show Winner. Must
See. Financing avail.
$13,500 (863)420-8385
HD 2005 FLSTNI, Softtail
deluxe, pearl white &
blue. 1150 miles, $5K ac-
cess. SE pipes, chrome
frontend. etc. etc. Must
See! Financing Avail.
$19900 (8G3) 287-4444/
(863)967-6720
HONDA 1982 CX 500
Turbo, rare collector's
bike, exc cond. $4995
obo.863-683-5075

HONDA 2002 VTX 1800cc,
black, garage kept,
winosnield, Vance &
Hines pipes. 10k mi. A
Must See!! $7,500.
863-698-8664
HONDA 2005 VT750C,
SHADOW AERO, White
with chrome retro style
w/ windshield, flawless
condition, lessthan 1500
mi. $6K. 813-782-5856
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top 1$. Will picK
up. Sales/Sery/Part &
Acc. 813-628-4797
THROTTLE FACTORY
FAMILY PACKAGE DEAL-
(2) 2002 HONDA XR
200's, (1) 2004 HONDA
CR 85, w/Enclosed Trail-
er. A riding gear &
misc. including bike
stands. $8200 obo
Daytime 813-477-9037,
Evenings after 5,
813-684-2494
S636 Golf Carts |

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
16371ATVs I
2005 ATV
110cc 3spd + reverse, Ig
tires, 4 wheel brakes,
elec start, shaft drive,
$1095 352-854-7279
Vehicles
640 Wanted

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Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
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For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
813-728-7979
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
BUICK 1989 Riviera white,
fully loaded, landau top,
sunroof, fow miles,
$6995.813-671-1557
CHEVY 1969 CAMERO,
3504 spd, runs good, lit-
tle ody work. $34k obo.
813-300-2646

FERRARI KIT CAR Pisa
XTC Ferrari kit car
w/1986 .Fiero
frame/motor. Great
condition. $10,900 obo.
(813)629-7429
FORD 1954 F100 P/U,
429CI Ford eng,.C6trans,
been chopped. mech.
brand new brgl tiltfrnt,
$19K. 352-793-4733
FORD 1964 GALAXIES 500
XL, 390 ci, 330 hp, auto,
fctry AC, pwr wind &
seats, T-6ird pkg. Great
driver now. $10,00obo.
Days 813-918-6249
Nights 863-853-5901
FORD 1969 Mustang
Mach 1, 98k mi, 351w,
Needs paint, nothing
hidden, orig. car, almost
show cond. $14, 00/obo
813-754-3537 or
813-928-1389
FORD 1977 BRONCO 302
automatic, 1 owner
47,000 orig. miles. $8500
obo. 813-689-2748 or
813-477-1565.
MUSTANG 1966 Conv't,
red, white top, 6 cyl,
many new eng parts,
new top, $13 500
813-988-8176 310-8549
PONTIAC 1972 GTO, Cam-
eo-Wh w/Wh Ithr int.
Auto, 69K miles, 300HP
Runs perfect/Super fast
Flawless Ext. $10,500
obo 813-839-3956
VW 1973 Beetle, Excellent
condition in &out. $5600
obo. 813-348-0635 or
813-362-4279
I14 Automobiles I
Ma49 For Sale I

AAA Rated Donation. Do-
nate Your Car. IRS De-
ductible. Free Pick-
up/Tow. Any Mod-
el/Condition; Help Un-
derprivileged Children.
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TER.ORG1-800-693-7911

ACURA 1988 LEGEND 2dr,
108k mi, $1400 obo Must
Sell! (813) 966-7553

ACURA 1991 Integra RS,
rebuilt engine w/warr,
new pain, wheels &
tires much more!
$5,500.813-382-8231
ACURA 1996 Integra, spe-
cial ed, 5 spd burgundy
w/grey Ithr, 17" Giovana
chrome rims. $5500 obo.
727-686-0736
Acura 1998 3.0 CL Premi-
urrr, Light blue, auto, CD,
spoiler, leather, 100K
mint. Non-smoke. $710
obo. 813-263-9341
BMW 1994 325i
White 4-door sedan,
clean car runs great,
$5500oobo 813-601-0400
Web #97355


BMW 1995 325i, auto,
black, 4dr, black leather
interior, sunroof, load-
ed, excellent condition
$5,600 813-951-0939
BMW 1999 5281 SIvr, Non-
Smoker Auto V6 Lthr
Sunrf, Pwr Win/Seats,
Looks & Runs Like New!
$12,995obo 813-766-2582
BMW2000328i,5spd Ithr
cd, White, 4 dr, 'rung
great, loaded, snrf.
$13,500. 727-947-4435/
731-608-1459
BMW 2000 M ROADSTER,
emola red, fully optio-
ned, low mi, BMW warr.
thru 6/06, exceptional
$23,750 727-798-1362
BMW 2000 MS, Lemans
Blue w/two tone interi-
or all options, nav. split
fold down seats sun
shades, rare air bags,
rare wing, immaculate
$31,900.727-420-5964.
BMW 2001740iL
BLACK 62k mi, $35,000
obo. 813-924-6316
BMW 2001 Z-3 FSBO Full
power, auto, silver, Ithr
exc, full extended
maint,46K mi. priced
$21,995813-493-7894
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JANUARY 19, 2006 THE COURIER 27

49 Automobiles 649 Automobiles
49 For Sale 64 For Sale
BMW 2002 325i premium LINCOLN 2002 TC Signa-
package, sun roof, ex- ture Edition 40K, white,
cellen condition, war- gray Ithr, bumper to
ranty transferable 49k Bumper warr, like new.
mi. $19.9k 813-831-9910 $16,995obo 813 310-4591
BMW 2004 330ci, Silver MAZDA 2002 Melenia Full
black int loaded, sport power, cruise, airbags,
pkg, M wheels Mint.29k FM/AM/CD/cass low
mi, $29,00/obo. miles sunroof $13,900
813-810-4872 obo 813-831-9710
BUICK 1999 LeSabre Lim- MERCEDES 1998 SLK 230
ited9 Fully Equip ed, fully loaded. $16,500.
39,000 Miles, New Tires
& Battrey, 7,800 obo 813-244-3596
813-792-7171
BUICK 2002 Regal silver, MERCEDES 1999 SLK230
6 cyl auto, leather int hard top conv. 82K
exc. cond. w/ 2 yr 13K miles, black on black,
mile factory warranty, new tires, extra clean,
$10,500 813-948-7210 $16900obo 813-965-5817
CHEVY 1987 Monte SS355 MERCEDES 1999 SLK230,
Roller motor 400 HP, 700 hard top convert., black
R4 trans 373 Posi, 35Kmiles, fun car! Great
T/Tops, black/tan, CD, condition, $19 800.
$3400obo 352-346-2349 Bob, 813-229-0183
CHEVY 2000 IMPALA LS, Mercedez Benz 2000 S500
4dr, 12k mi, Torch Red, Silver/Silver inter, exc.
greatcondition,all pow- cond., 1 owner moon
er, Ithr, loaded, $11k. roof, navi CD. $27,900
813-782-5718 obo.813-988-1212
CHEVY 2001 MALIBU, MITSUBISHI 1995 3000GT
Silver, full power, cold 93,000 mi Black, Coupe,
A/C, auto, 4dr, V6, 18K Auto, 2 WD, 6 Cyi. VIN#:
orig. mi., great car. JA3AM54JOSY001418
$8,500.813-949-2949 $5,800, Must Sell
CHRYSLER 1994 LHS Good jeffreymry ahoo
interior Good running,
Mobile 6ne Oil, 297kmi, NISSAN 1994 ALTIMA 4
$950 new tires, ice cold air,
813-657-9050 reliable car in good
CORVETTE 1998 red 813-56-6900 obo
w/chrome wheels, ex-
ceptional cond, garage NISSAN 1999 Altima GXE,
kept, 57k mi, $21,900 silver/gray 4 dr 5 spd,
obo. 813-684-3768 moonroof. AM/M CD,
CORVETTE 2005 new 104k. Spoiler al power
cherry red met. Naviga- $4600. 727-433-6300.
tion on-star XM radio NISSAN 2004 350Z
and more. 6k mi., $53k Touring, low m.,auto^/
obo. 813-259-1195. tiptron dDs conv "
Web #73387 alloys loaded Must See!
/rad13- $28,00 813-961-2864
Buy a$500! Police impounds,
... Hondas Chevys
DODGE 1997 NEON- auto, Toyotas, Etc. From $00
4 cyl, cold a/c, new tires, for listings
exc cond. in & out. 800-749-8167, ext. 4124
Like brand new. $2850 ..
obo/trade. 813-843-0591 Pontiac 1986 Firebird,
DOA YiOeR tune 1 owner, T-tops, runs
DONATE YOUR CARTo good. Good restoration
The Cancer Fund of car. $450.
America. Help Those i813-952-7592
Suff ering With Cancer
Today. Free Towing an PONTIAC 2002 GRAND
Tax deductible. PREGT, 55K mi., Silver,
1-800-835-9372 excellentcondition, new
www.cfoa.org tires & brakes. $9,300.
FORD 1998 Mustang GT Cal1 (813)317-1873
Convertible, 5 speed, PORSCHE 2005 Cayenne
Hd '.A1 1 V PORSCHE 2005 Cayenne
low miles tune up Blk Mint condition 1
8more a9 00- owner, no kids/pets/
813-495-0242 smoke, factory ordered
FORD 1999 ESCORT ZX2 direct from dealership
auto, power pkg, cold $41,500.813-258-5354
a/c, runs gone, well Weba107257
maintained. $2,495. j --
813-417-3615 $2Cick49.BL
FORD 2000 WINDSTAR, :.. .
109K ml., White, A/C,
tinted,new'tires bra(ke TOYOTA 1995 CAMRY,
& spark plugs. Asking green, auto, V6, 112K,
4,000 obo. 813-382-4279 power windows CD,
t cruise, Good condition.
Honda 1990 Accord, $3600obo813-957-3842
$1000 oboe Police im-
pounds! For listing: TOYOTA 1999 Camry CE
800-749-8167, ext. C752 41,429 miles, exc. cond.
Power everything. Gold
HONDA 1995 CIVIC ext. w/tan Ithr. $7600
door, auto, 115K mites, (813)817-8945/453-3795
One adult owner.p$2806, rnlgo-wr excelln
obo. Call 813-323-0100 cond leather, CD/tape,
or 813-870-9509. sunroof, 69K miles,
HONDA2000 Accord LX V- $11,900.813-404-7736
Tech,red, 4cyl, 2drcou- TV T LcAM
np auton 'Q9k mi, nc nl TOYOTA 2001 CAMRY XLE
C, aw, tilt cruise, a' fully loaded, exc. cond.,
LEXUS003 C430 Road- 5i0'd m $8,6500 obo
er, dual airba, rims- Be -invalue
tinted, $800. Very Call 813-960-5553
Good Cond813-967-095 TOYOTA 2002 Celica
HONDA 2004 Accord LX, white w/ spoiler & tint-
Auto, Power Win & ed windows.$7,500obo.
Locks, Cruise, Tilt CD, Call Larissa
White, 21K Mi, Exc ond. 813-293-7397
$17,999 813-240-5326
HONDA2004ACCORD TOYOTA 2002 Solara SLE,
HONlDA2004,ACCORD EXL V6 silver, 17K, garaged
only 14i, V6, auto, 6 CD, Estate Sale. Must Seel
XM radio, leader sun- $18,999 813-634-1443
roof loaded, immac!s
$21700obo 7 n27-773-8511
Web #126163 VOLVO 1994 940,165K mi.
c d cold AC, looks & runs
,mti great, $3200
C 813.685-1471
Infiniti 1999 130 auto ..............
Bose sys, sunrf fthr' VOLVO 1996 850, dark
PD P P/seats side green, tan leather, sun-
aira s, Exc cond roof, approx 122K miles
$69;5.813-766-2582 mechanicalY sound,
INFINITE 2003 G35 COUPE""
24,500 mi Red w/Gred- VOLVO C70 2001 $16,500
dy AeroKit, Navi, Hart loaded 57k, manuel
Racing Wheels, + Ex- trans, all power, custom
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